D.B. Cooper and Flight 305



D.B. Cooper and Flight 305 by Robert H. Edwards, Phd. The D.B. Cooper case is the only unsolved act of air piracy in U.S. history. On November 24, 1971, Northwest Airlines Flight 305, Boeing 727 was hijacked between Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. The hijacker demanded $200,000 and 4 parachutes, and ordered the crew to take him to Mexico. Somewhere along the way he jumped and was never found. This book examines the case from the perspective of a  mathematician and pilot. Using unexamined data, original evidence combined with statistics, aeronautics, and meteorology, this book tries to determine how the FBI could resume their investigation and find out who D.B. Cooper really was. Hardcover book.29.95