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D.B. Cooper: Case Closed?

One of the Few Living Suspects

One of the Few Living Suspects


One of the Few Living Suspects

Former FBI Assistant Director Tom Fuentes and crime journalist Billy Jensen speak with retired special agent Mary Jean Fryar and Sheridan Peterson, one of the few living D.B. Cooper suspects, in this bonus scene.

In 1971, a man known as DB Cooper hijacked and threatened to blow up an airliner, extorting $200,000 from its owner, Northwest Orient. He then parachuted from the airborne 727 with 21 pounds of $20 bills strapped to his torso. Evading one of the most extensive and expensive American manhunts of the 20thcentury, DB Cooper was never seen again, dead or alive. The crime was perfect if he lived, perfectly crazy if he didn't. The case of DB Cooper has obsessed and cursed his pursuers for generations, with everything from bankruptcy to suicidal despair. But now, 43 years later, a crack team of citizen sleuths have spent 3 years and $300,000 to find the man the law couldn't. This is a 2-hour special on how the case of DB Cooper took over 40 years to crack and will culminate in the final capture of a true American legend. This special will definitively answer the burning questions: Who is DB Cooper and where has he been hiding?

Special Agents Detlor and Furhiman
FBI Pranks
Special Agent Larry Carr
FBI Montage
Visiting the Ariel Store
Special Agent Ralph Himmelsbach

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In 1971, D.B. Cooper hijacked and threatened to blow up an airliner, extorting money from its owner. He then parachuted from the airborne 727. Who is D.B. Cooper and where has he been hiding?
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The investigation continues. A former FBI agent and a crime journalist dive deep into the case revealing information through interviews with experts and people ever to come face to face with D.B. Cooper.