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Jul 13, 2016 · A four-hour documentary that aired on the History Channel this week suggests the infamous airplane hijacker known worldwide as D.B. Cooper may be living out a quiet retirement in a Banker’s Hill ...
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Aug 05, 2021 · In 2016, documentarian Thomas Colbert released a film claiming that the man known only as D.B. Cooper was really an Ohio native named Robert Rackstraw, according to Decider. According to Colbert, Cooper not only survived the fall, he went on to live a long, colorful life, racking up a lengthy criminal record along the way and eventually settling in San Diego, California.
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He concluded in his 2016 documentary, “D.B. Cooper: Case Closed?”, and his award-winning book, “The Last Master Outlaw,” that Rackstraw was indeed the hijacker. The Medical Examiner’s Office said Tuesday that Rackstraw passed early in the morning at his home just west of Balboa Park.
D.B. Cooper, the legendary skyjacker who parachuted from a jetliner with $200,000 in loot over Oregon in 1971 and vanished, came to Stockton afterwards, a new documentary says. Cooper — under his real name, Robert W. Rackstraw — had a sister here.
The Real Story behind DB Cooper. On November 24, 1971, a man calling himself Dan Cooper pulled off one of the largest unsolved heists in modern history when he hijacked a Northwest Airlines flight and then parachuted into oblivion.
8. “D.B. Cooper fell in the Columbia, drowned and was eaten by sharks.”. This is the conventional wisdom on Cooper, if there is such a thing. Except that it’s physically impossible given where Cooper jumped and what direction the winds were blowing.