In 1971, D. B. Cooper hijacked a plane and made off with $200,000 worth of random money. He was never seen again. In today’s episode Jack and J. J. dissect all the details of the case. We also sort through possible suspects, and scream about ties and statistics.
D. B. Cooper via Wikipedia
“D. B. Cooper Redux: Help Us Solve This Enduring Mystery” via. FBI.gov. 31 December 2007.
“D. B. Cooper: Everything You Need to Know in 5 Minutes” via citizensleuths.com. 2016.
“On this day in 1971, D.B. Cooper hijacked a plane and made off with $200k worth of random money” A Thread on r/unresolvedmysteries. Posted January 2016.
“D. B. Cooper — the search for skyjacker missing since 1971” by Tomas Alex Tizon. Los Angeles Times. 4 September 2005.
- “The Math of the Tie” by Marty Andrade. martyandrade.wordpress.com. 22 April 2016. [Note to Andrade: Sorry I botched your name, I’m such a dumbass – Jack]
- “Research Conclusions” by The Cooper Research Team. citizensleuths.com. 2011.
- “Hijacking of Flight 305 by D. B. Cooper: CASE CLOSED!” by Gary S Smith. http://www.strangehistory.org. 6 December 2011.
- “Does the mystery of D. B. Cooper lead back to Michigan?” by Brent Ashcroft. Detroit Free Press. 27 November 2015.
- “Dick Lepsy: Not DB Cooper” by Marty Andrade. martyandrade.wordpress.com.16 September 2016.
- “Dick Lepsy (Missing Person)” via thedbcooperforum.com.
- “The Barb Dayton Confession: as told by Ron and Pat Forman” via themountainnewswa.net. 11 February 2011.
- “5 Unsolved Mysteries That Aren’t As Unsolved As You Think” by Pauli Poisuo
Music used in this podcast:
Bigstocks RMX by reusenoise