The quest to reveal the identity of “D.B. Cooper” — the alias of the daredevil who hijacked a Northwest Orient flight from Portland to Seattle in 1971 and parachuted out of the plane with $200,000 — has come up empty for almost 50 years.
"A New ‘D.B. Cooper’ Suspect? yet Another Possible Identity for the Elusive Hijacker." is from the January 00, 1900 National section of The Washington Post. It was written by Ian Shapira and narrated by Jenny Hoops.