This Is The Number One Unsolved Mystery In Portland And It Will Leave You Baffled

On November 24, 1971, there was a flight from Portland, Oregon to Seattle, Washington, which is a very routine flight in the Pacific Northwest that takes about an hour. A man under the alias of Dan Cooper boarded the flight and once at his seat, ordered a bourbon and soda. A woman sat next to him and described him as calm and extremely polite. Once the plane was in the air, he wrote a note to the flight attendant in all capital letters: “I have a bomb in my briefcase. I will use it if necessary. I want you to sit next to me. You are being hijacked.”

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