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I need a ticket to Seattle on a 727 jet.
Read the note, I have a bomb. If you don't want to be hurt give me 4 parachutes and $200,000.
Kenny Christianson went by the identity of D.B Cooper and started his perfect crime by buying a plane ticket to Seattle on a 727 plane. He then bored the jet and proceeded with his journey.
When D.B.Cooper got onto the plane, he gave the stewardess a note and then said, "You best be reading that, i have a bomb" Then, he demanded 4 parachutes and $200,000 and jumped out of the plane.
After his master plan worked, it was only going to get better. D.B. Cooper touched down in a river near Vancouver. He took a bulk of the money he had and put it in a suitcase. Then , he took $5,880 and left it in the money bag and put it in the river where nobody could find it.
Then, one of Kenny's friends took this picture of him the day after the hijacking. It was hidden behind other photos he had. It matched the perfect description of him espically with the suitcase and money bag.
Years later, they found and extra installation pocket in the attic. There was actually a hiding spot for something up there but when the went to look, there wasn't anything there.
After many years of searching for the infamous D.B.Cooper, he had gotten old. On his deathbed, he told his brother he needed to know something. His brother refused to listen to whatever he was going to say. This, was only the beginning to more research on D.B. Cooper.
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