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The incident continues to influence popular culture, and has inspired references in books, film, and music. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The cover of Elwood Reid's D. Retrieved January 2, Cooper 'reignited ' ". The Daily News. Retrieved
Getting the Truth: I am D.B. Cooper available January 15, 2019
Cooper's lifelong friend, after his own year investigation. In May , Principia Media announced the identity of the infamous skyjacker, D. Cooper, at a press conference: Detroit native Walter Reca. In , D. Getting the Truth: I am D. In his book, Koenig painstakingly evaluates all of the evidence, based upon his years of training and professional experience. He looked for consistencies with the evidence, including more than three hours of taped confession by Reca to Laurin detailing his skyjacking details and his post-hijacking adventures; an eyewitness who corroborates and confirms details in that confession; and countless documents that also substantiate the claims.
The legend of D. Cooper is known worldwide as one of the most daring and creative robberies in the history of aviation. On November 24, , D. When he jumped out mid-flight, he was never seen again and his true identity has remained a secret for decades. When presented with the manuscript that would eventually become D. Joe possessed the credentials and unique skill set required to assist in this investigation. Joe retired from the Michigan State Police after 26 years of service and has over 50 years of investigative experience in both public and private sectors.
Sometimes the life of a book editor can get interesting. I just came back from a book launch and press conferences in Grand Rapids, Michigan—home of Principia Media , which published D. Cooper: The Real Story. Cooper was the alias of the man who skyjacked Northwest Orient Flight in Cooper became something of a folk hero to generations of Americans.