FBI may have recoved D.B. Cooper's parachute
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
CLARK COUNTY, Wash. — The FBI has obtained a parachute found where hijacker D.B. Cooper is believed to have jumped, and the bureau is seeking the public's help in what may be a major break in the world's only unsolved hijacking.
The parachute — similar to the one Cooper jumped with — was unearthed earlier this month after a Clark County man plowed part of the rural property he's owned for nearly a decade, said Larry Carr, the lead agent on the Cooper case.
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