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Longtime DB Cooper suspect dies at 94, once admitted FBI ‘had good reason to suspect me’

Sheridan Peterson was an experienced smokejumper and worked for Boeing

By Peter Aitken

Fox News

A prominent suspect in the infamous D.B. Cooper skyjacking case died earlier this month in Northern California, according to reports. He was 94.

The 1971 skyjacking by a man using the name Dan Cooper left the world breathless as he ransomed 36 hostages aboard Northwest Orient Flight 305 for $200,000, then parachuted from the plane with the money.

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