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New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« on: January 04, 2017, 06:42:31 PM »
Expedition Unknown will be airing a show on (TLC) January 11th at 9 pm 8c...

Josh Gates sets off on an expedition to crack the mystery behind the perpetrator of the only unsolved plane hijacking in US history. Picking up where the FBI left off, Josh joins citizen sleuths on the hunt for D.B. Cooper in the Pacific Northwest. He discovers new clues and theories before having the experience of a lifetime, jumping out of plane, just as Cooper did decades ago.

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« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2017, 03:33:22 PM »
Hello Everyone!

Airing tonight:  D.B.Cooper episode of EXPEDITION UNKNOWN!

Back this summer I reached out to a lot of you for help with a D.B.Cooper episode of EXPEDITION UNKNOWN on the Travel Channel.  I was impressed by the depth of knowledge of everyone on this site and grateful for everyone's generosity.  I'm happy to announce that the episode debuts this evening on the Travel Channel at 9pm.  I want to again thank everyone on here who ever answered an email or a phone call from me or or co-workers.  Specific thanks to members here: Shutter, Bruce Smith, Robert99, Georger, Meyer Louie, & Mark Meltzer (Mark's on here, I think, yes?).

I hope you all enjoy the show. And just remember, anything that you like, I'm totally responsible for (with all your help), and anything you don't–it was the Network!

Thanks again to a great community!


-Amanda Marks
 

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« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2017, 09:42:49 PM »
This Greg guy doesn't seem to know there was an oscillation and a pressure bump...
 

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Re: New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2017, 10:00:40 PM »
CRT production... Interesting. Does this mean Kaye "unfound" the titanium particles?
 

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« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2017, 10:20:31 PM »
can the two be linked?

universal 25''-29'' inch CRT TV kit/ CRT TV accessory/ CRT TV mainboard. 1 Piece (Min. Order) ..... 15''NF SKD CRT TV B grade picture tube. US $20-60 / Piece ( FOB .... Material: Pure titanium black glaze/golden white enamel. Size: American ...
 

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« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2017, 10:21:42 PM »
I guess Kenny didn't buy the tie at the local JC Penny....I'm sure it will now become a second hand bought item....
 

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« Reply #6 on: January 11, 2017, 10:37:04 PM »
Kaye has a partial list of the chemicals Kaye found:

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« Reply #7 on: January 11, 2017, 11:15:46 PM »
Well I thought Josh and crew did a pretty good job! Congrats to everyone on this forum that had a chance to voice their ideas.

I have to get my ISP to upload the full list of particles because the Excel file is about 40 meg. There is a lot of searching to do in the particle list of this size. We hope this adds to the titanium find.

On another note one of the crew was searching google while we were filming and found a reference to the SST having the first ever CRT tube in the dashboard.  It would make sense that the chassis for that CRT might be out of titanium. Fertile ground.......

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« Reply #8 on: January 11, 2017, 11:19:38 PM »
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Well I thought Josh and crew did a pretty good job! Congrats to everyone on this forum that had a chance to voice their ideas.

I have to get my ISP to upload the full list of particles because the Excel file is about 40 meg. There is a lot of searching to do in the particle list of this size. We hope this adds to the titanium find.

On another note one of the crew was searching google while we were filming and found a reference to the SST having the first ever CRT tube in the dashboard.  It would make sense that the chassis for that CRT might be out of titanium. Fertile ground.......

Tom Kaye

Some types of titanium are also used in the paint for high speed aircraft and space craft.  Further, I understand that titanium can also be found in foods.
 

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« Reply #9 on: January 11, 2017, 11:23:42 PM »
I doubt you would get particles all over you from installing a tube screen..manufacturing, yes...
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« Reply #10 on: January 11, 2017, 11:26:48 PM »
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Well I thought Josh and crew did a pretty good job! Congrats to everyone on this forum that had a chance to voice their ideas.

I have to get my ISP to upload the full list of particles because the Excel file is about 40 meg. There is a lot of searching to do in the particle list of this size. We hope this adds to the titanium find.

On another note one of the crew was searching google while we were filming and found a reference to the SST having the first ever CRT tube in the dashboard.  It would make sense that the chassis for that CRT might be out of titanium. Fertile ground.......

Tom Kaye

Some types of titanium are also used in the paint for high speed aircraft and space craft.  Further, I understand that titanium can also be found in foods.

Everyone is assuming the tie and Cooper shared life together. That the tie was Cooper's tie and particles on the tie document Cooper's life. But, what if the tie came out of a scrap bin at a recycling center?  Gray is attacking Cooper's appearance and description saying that Gregory's description is accurate and Cooper looked 'disheveled'.  Maybe he spent the night before the hijacking in the alley around the corner from the recycling center? Because there is literally nothing that ties the tie to Cooper so far, except for Tom's assumption.  :))
 

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« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2017, 11:27:38 PM »
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I doubt you would get particles all over you from installing a tube screen..manufacturing, yes...

These particles are "inside" the crt - perhaps exposed at a recycling center .... in Ghana!
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I doubt you would get particles all over you from installing a tube screen..manufacturing, yes...

These particles are "inside" the crt - perhaps at a recycling center.

As an electrical engineer, perhaps Sailshaw has information as to what Boeing was doing with CRTs in 1971. 
 

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« Reply #14 on: January 11, 2017, 11:36:28 PM »
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Well I thought Josh and crew did a pretty good job! Congrats to everyone on this forum that had a chance to voice their ideas.

I have to get my ISP to upload the full list of particles because the Excel file is about 40 meg. There is a lot of searching to do in the particle list of this size. We hope this adds to the titanium find.

On another note one of the crew was searching google while we were filming and found a reference to the SST having the first ever CRT tube in the dashboard.  It would make sense that the chassis for that CRT might be out of titanium. Fertile ground.......

Tom Kaye

Some types of titanium are also used in the paint for high speed aircraft and space craft.  Further, I understand that titanium can also be found in foods.

Everyone is assuming the tie and Cooper shared life together. That the tie was Cooper's tie and particles on the tie document Cooper's life. But, what if the tie came out of a scrap bin at a recycling center?  Gray is attacking Cooper's appearance and description saying that Gregory's description is accurate and Cooper looked 'disheveled'.  Maybe he spent the night before the hijacking in the alley around the corner from the recycling center? Because there is literally nothing that ties the tie to Cooper so far, except for Tom's assumption.  :))


what I think Gray is doing, is what many do. they rely too much on passenger descriptions. I don't think it was a point to hide that certain description as much as they used it for weight, which didn't weight in very well on the conclusion of Cooper's description.
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