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D.B. Cooper author unveils evidence he says identifies infamous skyjacker

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A pair of long underwear, foreign passports and the testimony of a relative are some of the evidence that was presented Thursday, May 17, allegedly revealing the identity of the infamous D.B. Cooper. 

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FOX 43

FOX 43

Michigan publisher says he knows the real identity of famous hijacker D.B. Cooper

OSCALA, Mich. — D.B. Cooper, the infamous plane hijacker who stole more than $200,000 in a daring heist and eluded law enforcement for more than four decades, was actually a former paratrooper from Michigan who bragged about his feat to a friend.

That’s the revelation issued Thursday by a Michigan publisher that is releasing the memoir “D.B. Cooper & Me: A Criminal, A Spy, My Best Friend,” Fox News says in a report.

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KBCD

KBCD

Book: D.B. Cooper was paratrooper who lived in MI, died in 2014

(RNN) – In 1971, a man who came to be known as D.B. Cooper hijacked Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 305 from Portland to Seattle by telling a flight attendant he had a bomb.

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WFAA 8

WFAA 8

D.B. Cooper mystery solved? Book publisher says Walter R. Reca is D.B. Cooper

A man identifying himself as Dan Cooper was on a flight from Portland, Ore., to Seattle, Wash., on Nov. 24, 1971 when he handed a stewardess a note indicating he had a bomb.
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