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Description: This letter was sent to the Portland Oregonian, however, that paper never published the letter or even discussed the letter in their newspaper. In fact, the Oregonian editors even denied the existence of the letter as did the FBI. The letter did exist and was a cut and paste letter that was mailed to the newspaper from somewhere in Portland with a cancellation date stamped Wednesday, December 1, 1971. The whereabouts of this letter are unknown (although I have seen the envelope to this letter). The letter reads, "Am alive and doing well in home town P.O. The system that beats the system. D.B. Cooper."
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Posted by: Shutter at May 15, 2014, 09:34:21 PM


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