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On the eve of Thanksgiving in 1971, a nondescript, 40-something man who called himself Dan Cooper approached the airport counter and bought a one-way ticket for the short flight from Portland, Oregon, to Seattle.

Within hours, he had strapped a bag holding $200,000 in ransom to himself — today worth about $1.3 million — and parachuted off the plane, never to be found.

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