D.B. COOPER – Possibly the Most Successful Hijacker

On Thanksgiving eve, November 24, 1971, a man identifying himself as “Dan Cooper” purchased a one-way ticket on Flight 305, a 30-minute trip from Portland to Seattle. Once on board, he notified the crew that he had a bomb and demanded $200,000 cash, four parachutes, and a flight to Mexico. After a stop in Seattle, as the plane embarked on a southward path, Cooper jumped out of the plane with a parachute. He’s never been found. The D. B. Cooper case has been unsolved for over 45 years.
The FBI files on the case: https://vault.fbi.gov/D-B-Cooper%20