At least 95 percent of all investigations into the DB Cooper hijacking have made the same assumption. They all believe that he jumped out of the Boeing 727 at 8:13 pm which would have meant he was over a forest wilderness area north of Portland and west of Mount St. Helens. This assumption is based entirely on one factor – the pilot felt the tail of the plane lift suddenly a short while after Cooper lowered the rear stairs. That’s it!
On the 24th November 1971, a man using the alias Dan Cooper booked a one-way ticket from the Northwest Orient Airlines counter at Portland Airport for a seat on a Boeing 727 aircraft scheduled to fly between Portland, in the State of Oregon, to Seattle in the state of Washington. Has he been Found?