In 1980 money from skyjacker "D.B. Cooper" was found on the Columbia River shoreline at Tena Bar. Tena Bar ... Tena Bar (often seen as "Tina Bar") is the local name for a stretch of beach located along the Washington side of the Columbia River at River …
New search for DB Cooper clues along the Tena Bar on …
Aug 13, 2021 · Tena Bar is a long sandbar on the Washington side of the Columbia River near Vancouver, Washington, where part of DB Cooper’s ransom was found in 1980. (Courtesy Eric Ulis) A new search is being carried out at the place on the Columbia River called “Tena Bar”, where money from kidnapper DB Cooper was found 41 years ago.
Tena Bar was visited by the Cooper Research Team in March of 2009. The beach was continuously photographed along its entire length for reference. A planned identification of surviving trees from 1980 could not be accomplished due to several feet of severe erosion along the entire length of beach.
Aug 19, 2021 · Or that the FBI may not even know for sure of the serial numbers they gave Cooper, or the exact serial numbers of the $6000 or so that was found on Tina Bar. It would have been a tragedy if someone found a Cooper $20 and went to the list and it was not on there. Good luck with everything.
Sep 07, 2020 · Re: Tina Bar Money Find « Reply #5370 on: September 06, 2020, 05:49:31 PM » Using a regular basic transit would probably be enough required. they are not expensive to buy or use. buying a drone with the software is between 3 and 5k for a good unit..then if you hire a company it will be over a grand for there service..
Jul 31, 2020 · Considering these two facts – the placard location and the western flight path, Ulis is convinced that DB Cooper and his money landed near Tina Bar. Unlike Robert Nicholson, however, Ulis believes that Cooper survived and buried his money at Tina Bar as part of his getaway strategy, only losing a few bundles when he returned and retrieved his loot.
DB Cooper Boat Tours to Visit Tina Bar and PDX | The ...
Jun 24, 2019 · By Bruce A. Smith AHOY, all DB Cooper enthusiasts! You will have a chance to sail on the Columbia River past the primary DB Cooper landmarks next Saturday and Sunday, June 29-30. This includes Tina Bar, where some of the ransom money was found in 1980, and Portland Airport where the skyjacking commenced.
Suspects. Kenneth Christiansen was ruled out many years ago by the FBI. Agent Larry Carr stated Kenny could only match the fact of being male, nothing else fit. at the time he was five foot eight inches, balding at the top, and was light skinned. Christiansen worked for Northwest Orient. sources claim an inside investigation was done, plus ...
Kaye theorized that Cooper rewarded his benefactor with three bundles of ransom money, which the driver buried at Tina Bar out of a pique of guilt and fear. However, few audience members believed Kaye then, or now, and the issue of how the money got to Tina Bar remains wide open.
All of it was covered eventually through floods, rain and river action until sufficient erosion took place in the Tina Bar area to reveal the upper bundles of money that Brian Ingram found on February 10, 1980. Nicholson’s theories are elegant and compelling, but there is no corroborating evidence from Rataczak or other sources.
Fact: The bundles were identified as D.B. Cooper's because the FBI had recorded the serial numbers and the bills matched. Fact: Sand was dredged from the Columbia River and dumped on Tena Bar in 1974. FBI Transcript: The dredging sands were pushed 50 yards up and down the beach.
Simply, Robert99 said Flight 305 was flying much further west in the Victor 23 flyway than previously thought. To arrive at his hypothesis, Nicholson scrapped all the previously held notions and focused upon two dynamics: First, the money find at Tina Bar defies explanation and a fly-over there would explain how the money arrived at the beach.