D. B. Cooper Hijacking

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ABDO, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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In 1971, a man hijacked a plane over the skies of the Northwestern United States, collected $200,000 in ransom money and then disappeared out of the aircraft mid-flight. Just who was D.B. Cooper and did he survive his leap from the plane into the dense forests of the upper Northwest?
 

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Contents

Hijack
6
An Era of Trust
16
Flight 305
26
The Hunt Is On
34
A Copycat Crime or Cooper?
44
Confessions
54
A Dead Ringer
66
A Sons Suspicions
76
Tools and Clues
96
Timeline
98
Glossary
102
Additional Resources
104
Source Notes
106
Index
110
About the Author
112
Copyright

The Search Continues
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Marcia Amidon Lusted is a published author of over forty nonfiction books for children and young adults. She is also an assistant editor for the Cobblestone Publishing magazine group, and an instructor for the Institute of Children's Literature. Her titles include: Wisconsin: The Badger State, Ohio: The Buckeye State, Illinois: The Prairie State, Cosmelic Surgery Essential Viewpoints and Social Networking - MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter.

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