D.B. Cooper: We can’t pass up an opportunity to mention that The Olympian has a story about the opening Saturday of an exhibit dedicated to all things Cooper. The Washington State History Museum in Tacoma will open “Cooper,” which “uses artifacts, first-person accounts, FBI documents and a mock-up of a 727 interior to…More
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The family of a man who was found slain in his Woodinville home last month is trying to find the person who mailed the victim’s credit cards and driver’s license in the days after the slaying. Earl Cossey, 71, was found dead in his home of blunt-force trauma to the head, and the King County Medical Examiner’s Office…More
The man who packed the parachutes used by infamous skyjacker D.B. Cooper more than four decades ago has been identified as the victim of a homicide in Washington state. However, authorities say they have no reason to think the death of 71-year-old Earl Cossey was linked to the Cooper case. The King County Medical Examiner’s Office said…More