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Wednesday- November 24, 1971. On a dark and rainy afternoon in Portland, Oregon, an inconspicuous man wearing dark sunglasses and a suit boarded Northwest Orient Flight 305.

Using the name "Dan Cooper"—later known through press miscommunication as D.B. Cooper—the mysterious man threatened to detonate an explosive device on board the plane if his demands were not met.

Armed with $200,000 in ransom, Cooper parachuted into the cold Pacific Northwest night and into infamy.

Despite hundreds of leads over the years,

no conclusive evidence has surfaced regarding Cooper's true identity or whereabouts, and the ransom money has never been recovered.


The case—the first and only successful skyjacking in American history—remains unsolved. D.B. Cooper was never seen again... 

That is until now.


From Russ Manning-nominated author James Heffron and artists A.M. Munoz & J. Heffron comes an action-comedy best described as Forrest Gump by way of It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World.


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