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It was the day before Thanksgiving, 1971 the hijacker, who came to be known as D.B. Cooper, boarded a plane from Portland to Seattle and asked to be flown to Mexico. Experts think the hijacker bailed out from the plane's back stairs over southwest Washington.
Now, a parachute similar to Cooper's has turned up in a field in Clark County. A contractor was grading a road when he uncovered part of a long-buried parachute.