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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by Kermit on May 13, 2022, 08:58:42 PM »
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     I am going to put you on the spot Kermit, which book was your favorite? I would like to hear more about the book written by the local author.      For that matter I would love to hear more about the locals and the local scene that was happening around that area during the time of the hijacking. I think it might be somewhat related. If you don't feel like discussing it here maybe some day we could discuss it over a plate (bucket?) of oysters. I have always wanted to try fresh raw oysters but I live in Ohio lol. Kinda a bucket list type of thing.

The only local "Cooper book" author that I can think of, besides myself - although I live and work 80 miles northeast of Vancouver, WA - are the Formans, who live ten miles north of me. Then there's always, RMB, another ten miles north of the Formans in Auburn.

Ha, Ha, Ha was written originally in Vancouver, WA, but the author now lives in Sedro Wooley, which is north of Seattle. He admitted that all the Cooper stuff came from the Vancouver newspapers he read in the library.

Doug Perry lives and writes in Portland, though. He's the Portland Oregonian guy.

Oops. How could I forget Himmelsbach. He wrote in Portland. Tosaw lived in Sacramento, but he camped out on the shores of the Columbia for many summers.

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     I am going to put you on the spot Kermit, which book was your favorite? I would like to hear more about the book written by the local author.      For that matter I would love to hear more about the locals and the local scene that was happening around that area during the time of the hijacking. I think it might be somewhat related. If you don't feel like discussing it here maybe some day we could discuss it over a plate (bucket?) of oysters. I have always wanted to try fresh raw oysters but I live in Ohio lol. Kinda a bucket list type of thing.

The only local "Cooper book" author that I can think of, besides myself - although I live and work 80 miles northeast of Vancouver, WA - are the Formans, who live ten miles north of me. Then there's always, RMB, another ten miles north of the Formans in Auburn.

Ha, Ha, Ha was written originally in Vancouver, WA, but the author now lives in Sedro Wooley, which is north of Seattle. He admitted that all the Cooper stuff came from the Vancouver newspapers he read in the library.

Doug Perry lives and writes in Portland, though. He's the Portland Oregonian guy.

Oops. How could I forget Himmelsbach. He wrote in Portland. Tosaw lived in Sacramento, but he camped out on the shores of the Columbia for many summers.

Easy to forget Ralph Himmelsbach’s book ! It’s my last favorite ! Why ? Boring, full of obvious inaccuracies !
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by northern flight path on May 13, 2022, 03:52:53 PM »
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     I am going to put you on the spot Kermit, which book was your favorite? I would like to hear more about the book written by the local author.      For that matter I would love to hear more about the locals and the local scene that was happening around that area during the time of the hijacking. I think it might be somewhat related. If you don't feel like discussing it here maybe some day we could discuss it over a plate (bucket?) of oysters. I have always wanted to try fresh raw oysters but I live in Ohio lol. Kinda a bucket list type of thing.

Would love to hear your take on the same question sir :)

I have read 9 cooper books and am always looking for more good ones. Hoping for a book by Nicky b, flyjack from the old forum, george
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by Kermit on May 13, 2022, 01:40:07 PM »
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     I am going to put you on the spot Kermit, which book was your favorite? I would like to hear more about the book written by the local author.      For that matter I would love to hear more about the locals and the local scene that was happening around that area during the time of the hijacking. I think it might be somewhat related. If you don't feel like discussing it here maybe some day we could discuss it over a plate (bucket?) of oysters. I have always wanted to try fresh raw oysters but I live in Ohio lol. Kinda a bucket list type of thing.

William L Sullivan is an Oregon resident in Eugene, Oregon and has written over 20 books. He wrote the novel D.B. Cooper’s parachute which is a murder mystery novel. It’s filled with many factual Oregon and Portland landmarks plus filled with some actual Sports figures prominent in Oregon. It certainly is one of my favorites even though it’s fictional. Mr Sullivan has written about and hiked over 100 wilderness trails in Oregon ! If you want to know anything about Oregon, he’s your man !
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by Bruce A. Smith on May 13, 2022, 01:32:09 PM »
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     I am going to put you on the spot Kermit, which book was your favorite? I would like to hear more about the book written by the local author.      For that matter I would love to hear more about the locals and the local scene that was happening around that area during the time of the hijacking. I think it might be somewhat related. If you don't feel like discussing it here maybe some day we could discuss it over a plate (bucket?) of oysters. I have always wanted to try fresh raw oysters but I live in Ohio lol. Kinda a bucket list type of thing.

The only local "Cooper book" author that I can think of, besides myself - although I live and work 80 miles northeast of Vancouver, WA - are the Formans, who live ten miles north of me. Then there's always, RMB, another ten miles north of the Formans in Auburn.

Ha, Ha, Ha was written originally in Vancouver, WA, but the author now lives in Sedro Wooley, which is north of Seattle. He admitted that all the Cooper stuff came from the Vancouver newspapers he read in the library.

Doug Perry lives and writes in Portland, though. He's the Portland Oregonian guy.

Oops. How could I forget Himmelsbach. He wrote in Portland. Tosaw lived in Sacramento, but he camped out on the shores of the Columbia for many summers.
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by Bruce A. Smith on May 13, 2022, 01:24:26 PM »
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The folks at Principia Publishing would like me to post a mea culpa and publicly admit that I committed an egregious error in posting my review of their planned upcoming book on Walter Reca. I posted the review in violation of a non-disclosure agreement that I had signed with them several weeks ago. I simply forgot that I did.

You were made to violate the NDA. When you testify at trial, tell them about how the govt beamed thoughts into your head. It's not your fault. I will be an expert witness for said beam technology.

I've wondered about those possibilities, Snow.
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by haggarknew on May 13, 2022, 08:23:30 AM »
     I am going to put you on the spot Kermit, which book was your favorite? I would like to hear more about the book written by the local author.      For that matter I would love to hear more about the locals and the local scene that was happening around that area during the time of the hijacking. I think it might be somewhat related. If you don't feel like discussing it here maybe some day we could discuss it over a plate (bucket?) of oysters. I have always wanted to try fresh raw oysters but I live in Ohio lol. Kinda a bucket list type of thing.
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DB Cooper / Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Last post by snowmman on May 11, 2022, 02:05:27 AM »
 
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(Don told me his ex was seriously mentally ill).

Strange. It's rare to have a guy claim his ex-wife was mentally ill.
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by snowmman on May 11, 2022, 02:03:33 AM »
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The folks at Principia Publishing would like me to post a mea culpa and publicly admit that I committed an egregious error in posting my review of their planned upcoming book on Walter Reca. I posted the review in violation of a non-disclosure agreement that I had signed with them several weeks ago. I simply forgot that I did.

You were made to violate the NDA. When you testify at trial, tell them about how the govt beamed thoughts into your head. It's not your fault. I will be an expert witness for said beam technology.
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by Bruce A. Smith on May 10, 2022, 11:06:47 PM »
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The folks at Principia Publishing would like me to post a mea culpa and publicly admit that I committed an egregious error in posting my review of their planned upcoming book on Walter Reca. I posted the review in violation of a non-disclosure agreement that I had signed with them several weeks ago. I simply forgot that I did.

Hopefully all will be forgiven Bruce. An honest mistake. If it helps, I'll buy a copy of the book...

Thanks, Parrot.
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DB Cooper / Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Last post by Kermit on May 10, 2022, 07:49:24 PM »
I just counted and realized I have read 10 books relating to D B Cooper. They are all offer different insights and were all well done ! I started with a fictional murder mystery written by a very successful local Author named William Sullivan.
My last reading was By Marty Andrade and it was also well done. In between were books by Bruce Smith, Max Gunther, Geoffrey Gray, Ha, Ha, Ha by DBC, NORJACK, RICHARD Tosaw , D.L Hynes ( Linn) and Robert Edwards.
What have I discovered? I am certain we still have no idea who D.B. Cooper really is ! Unless you believe Cooper was actually about 20 different people, I take all these confessions as nonsense !
I am getting along in age and feeling it. I’m about through with trying to contribute in any way as I think either 2 things could have happened. He could have landed in the Columbia River and drowned and the story is over !
If he survived the jump, he escaped undetected and perhaps is still out there. My Mother and my wife’s Mother both lived to be 98 so it’s possible. Perhaps he’ll leave a mint $20 Cooper bill in his will ! I’ll drink to that !
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