If you r a DB Cooper fan like I am you have to read this book. The first half of the book was a little long on the details of the group of guys including Peca and the second half is intriguing and almost has me convinced. One fact I do believe is that the FBI could have done what this book eludes to.
2.5 stars. the book was interesting - it was fun to read about locations where i've lived and how mccoy planned the hijack down to the little details. it's interesting to wonder whether he was db cooper - and the little facts they present are pretty convincing. i would have ranked it higher, but the writing was subpar - ideas and facts jumped around a lot and it seemed very disorganized. if ...
Maybe slightly off topic but none the less relevant to paper money. As most of you probably already know the majority of DB Coopers money was never found, only three packets were ever found on the shoreline of the Columbia River in 1980.
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.
The D.B. Cooper case has baffled the FBI for 45 years. Now it may never be solved. Out of all America’s skyjackings, only one remains unsolved. The case has confounded FBI investigators for decades — its astonishing details, clues and alleged participants have become the stuff of American criminal lore.
Legendary hijacker D.B. Cooper alive and well in San Diego, filmmakers say. Despite this newly revealed evidence, Robert Rackstraw has denied that he is Cooper. The filmmakers even offered him $20,000 to talk about his life story, but he declined.