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smokin99

Dec 29, 2013, 2:52 PM
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FLYJACK wrote:
MarkBennett wrote:

Thank you! I've always wanted my own preferred suspect, so I can post long and repetitive arguments on my preferred suspect.

How do we know Christopher Walken was DB Cooper?

1) He matches the description
2) He may seem too young, but he's the same age as Richard Floyd McCoy
3) He has had proximity to other mysterious events -- such as the drowning of Natalie Wood
4) As a professional actor, he would have experience altering his appearance and his voice

Yep! I finally fit in! I now have a suspect. Be sure to check back here hourly for my latest updates!
SlySlySlySly

and some wonder why I don't share the name here… for vetting,,

..

No, not wondering....I still maintain my original assessment about secrecy on this thread even if you say it does not apply to you -but LET THE HUNGER GAMES BEGIN????? I don't know - that sounds a little competitive to me. Smile

But then again, as I said - though I wouldn't be so quick to doubt the prowess of some of us in finding stuff -- idiots and egos do abound - so you might? have a valid point in the cloak and dagger stuff.
However, I certainly would not put Mark Bennett in that category. I think he was just trying for a bit of comic relief. The smiley faces were a dead giveaway. Smile

I'm just one of those that says at this point in the game - lay it all out. No one is going to get rich off of solving this case and no one is going to go to prison for the crime. You'll get your 15 mins, maybe an all expense paid trip for two to Ariel, then it all settles back to normal and we have no more reason for being. CoolWinkFrown

LET THE HUNGER GAMES BEGIN, INDEED. Come on, you can hardly be surprised, with your theory of a built-in bias towards Cooper being American, that there will be argument to DB Cooper being a foreigner? I mean at one point you said you were trying to eliminate him so seems that healthy discussion towards that end would be a good thing - even without knowing his identity.

The problem with tying a face to the composite is not just because it is a composite - though there is that. It is that it is only one of several composites. Plus the composite is one of a guy in his mid 40s and you are comparing it to a guy in his mid 60s or later. I forget if you said exact age.

The problem with the turkey neck is this often happens as men age - the nose droops, the ears droop, hair disappears from the head and reappears in all sorts of strange places.

The ingredients on the tie - hmm maybe - though everyone tends to just slide right over the fact that a lot of those ingredients can be found in ...yep, fingerprint powder.

Hey I'm all for a new suspect if only to throw off suspicion from one of my favorite actors, so go for it. But for sure people will challenge your assumptions as we do everyone. And most of us play well with others even though we do like to have a little fun every now and then. Smile


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RobertMBlevins

Dec 29, 2013, 4:12 PM
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Flyjack says in part:

Quote:
'My suspect always wore a tie, was exposed virtually daily to all those particles found on the tie AND has a proven connection to "Dan Copper", had WW2 Europe military experience and has aviation knowledge among other things...'

I will assume you mean the Dan Cooper comic. Okay. How was he 'exposed?' Simply being for sale in eastern Canada in limited numbers just won't cut it. Did he own some of them and you can prove this? How do you know he was 'exposed to all those particles found on the tie'? You don't say HOW. Millions of people served in Europe during WW2. Was he a paratrooper and can you prove it? Or was he a skydiver? What 'aviation experience'?

Basically, except for a layered, photoshopped image, you have provided exactly LESS THAN ZERO regarding any suspect. No evidence, no references, no identity, and nothing substantial. I fully support the idea of exploring suspects, but you have presented exactly NOTHING up to this point.


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smokin99

Dec 29, 2013, 4:30 PM
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RobertMBlevins wrote:
Flyjack says in part:

Quote:
'My suspect always wore a tie, was exposed virtually daily to all those particles found on the tie AND has a proven connection to "Dan Copper", had WW2 Europe military experience and has aviation knowledge among other things...'

I will assume you mean the Dan Cooper comic. Okay. How was he 'exposed?' Simply being for sale in eastern Canada in limited numbers just won't cut it. Did he own some of them and you can prove this? How do you know he was 'exposed to all those particles found on the tie'? You don't say HOW. Millions of people served in Europe during WW2. Was he a paratrooper and can you prove it? Or was he a skydiver? What 'aviation experience'?

Basically, except for a layered, photoshopped image, you have provided exactly LESS THAN ZERO regarding any suspect. No evidence, no references, no identity, and no proof.

Robert, I all for challenging, but at least read the posts before you dump on him.
He's already said that he can prove his guy read and was obsessed with the comic AND his guy had a connection to a real individual named Dan Cooper. If I 'm not mistaken the suspect is in a picture with a real Dan Cooper at the bridge - the picture that has the square and squiggly line dynamite marking on it. Plus he was questioned on this so he clarified. Plus he never said his guy was from eastern CA, plus he said he didn't photoshop the guys image - he just layered it over the composite. No he's not talking on where the tie particles come from. He's already said that. Now pay attention. Smile


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RobertMBlevins

Dec 29, 2013, 4:39 PM
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smokin99 wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
Flyjack says in part:

Quote:
'My suspect always wore a tie, was exposed virtually daily to all those particles found on the tie AND has a proven connection to "Dan Copper", had WW2 Europe military experience and has aviation knowledge among other things...'

I will assume you mean the Dan Cooper comic. Okay. How was he 'exposed?' Simply being for sale in eastern Canada in limited numbers just won't cut it. Did he own some of them and you can prove this? How do you know he was 'exposed to all those particles found on the tie'? You don't say HOW. Millions of people served in Europe during WW2. Was he a paratrooper and can you prove it? Or was he a skydiver? What 'aviation experience'?

Basically, except for a layered, photoshopped image, you have provided exactly LESS THAN ZERO regarding any suspect. No evidence, no references, no identity, and no proof.

Robert, I all for challenging, but at least read the posts before you dump on him.
He's already said that he can prove his guy read and was obsessed with the comic AND his guy had a connection to a real individual named Dan Cooper. If I 'm not mistaken the suspect is in a picture with a real Dan Cooper at the bridge - the picture that has the square and squiggly line dynamite marking on it. Plus he was questioned on this so he clarified. Plus he never said his guy was from eastern CA, plus he said he didn't photoshop the guys image - he just layered it over the composite. No he's not talking on where the tie particles come from. He's already said that. Now pay attention. Smile

Really? I HAVE paid attention. I have seen nothing presented to date. Until there is, my post on this STANDS. I've been questioned on items like proving Kenny Christiansen actually served as a paratrooper and the manner of his death. In those cases, I provided proof on both. So far, Flyjack has presented SHIT.

Flyjack: Check-in time at the Reality Hotel.

Non-Cooper Edit: Two things happened today, neither are related. First, the Seattle Seahawks beat the St. Louis Rams to obtain the #1 seed in the NFC for the playoffs. Second, I finally activated my new Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone. I've never owned a smartphone (*hangs head in shame*) and it will take me at least six to eight weeks to figure out how to use the thing. The last video game system I owned was Super Nintendo. You get the idea. So I haven't given out the number to anybody, even my mother, because I haven't figured out how to answer the phone calls yet anyway. I'm working on it though. Blush


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FLYJACK

Dec 29, 2013, 5:04 PM
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smokin99 wrote:
FLYJACK wrote:
MarkBennett wrote:

Thank you! I've always wanted my own preferred suspect, so I can post long and repetitive arguments on my preferred suspect.

How do we know Christopher Walken was DB Cooper?

1) He matches the description
2) He may seem too young, but he's the same age as Richard Floyd McCoy
3) He has had proximity to other mysterious events -- such as the drowning of Natalie Wood
4) As a professional actor, he would have experience altering his appearance and his voice

Yep! I finally fit in! I now have a suspect. Be sure to check back here hourly for my latest updates!
SlySlySlySly

and some wonder why I don't share the name here… for vetting,,

..

No, not wondering....I still maintain my original assessment about secrecy on this thread even if you say it does not apply to you -but LET THE HUNGER GAMES BEGIN????? I don't know - that sounds a little competitive to me. Smile

But then again, as I said - though I wouldn't be so quick to doubt the prowess of some of us in finding stuff -- idiots and egos do abound - so you might? have a valid point in the cloak and dagger stuff.
However, I certainly would not put Mark Bennett in that category. I think he was just trying for a bit of comic relief. The smiley faces were a dead giveaway. Smile

I'm just one of those that says at this point in the game - lay it all out. No one is going to get rich off of solving this case and no one is going to go to prison for the crime. You'll get your 15 mins, maybe an all expense paid trip for two to Ariel, then it all settles back to normal and we have no more reason for being. CoolWinkFrown

LET THE HUNGER GAMES BEGIN, INDEED. Come on, you can hardly be surprised, with your theory of a built-in bias towards Cooper being American, that there will be argument to DB Cooper being a foreigner? I mean at one point you said you were trying to eliminate him so seems that healthy discussion towards that end would be a good thing - even without knowing his identity.

The problem with tying a face to the composite is not just because it is a composite - though there is that. It is that it is only one of several composites. Plus the composite is one of a guy in his mid 40s and you are comparing it to a guy in his mid 60s or later. I forget if you said exact age.

The problem with the turkey neck is this often happens as men age - the nose droops, the ears droop, hair disappears from the head and reappears in all sorts of strange places.

The ingredients on the tie - hmm maybe - though everyone tends to just slide right over the fact that a lot of those ingredients can be found in ...yep, fingerprint powder.

Hey I'm all for a new suspect if only to throw off suspicion from one of my favorite actors, so go for it. But for sure people will challenge your assumptions as we do everyone. And most of us play well with others even though we do like to have a little fun every now and then. Smile

Well, if I told you his name, your head would explode,,,, and that isn't covered under Obamacare.. he has a verifiable link to the Cooper case from previous independent sources. I have other pics of him, the one I posted is the only one that was straight on to compare to the hijacker sketch, he always had a turkey neck. He fits the profile, the physical description, motive, opportunity I can't confirm after 42 years, a viable suspect but I fully admit it may ALL be circumstantial. The problem is the ONLY way to PROVE/ELIMINATE him is with fingerprints or DNA. It is a long shot, but if it is the hijacker this will be a movie, this story is that amazing. If he can't be excluded there will be books and maybe a movie, he is that fascinating a character. I just want to solve this thing and giving out his name too early will risk getting the only means to prove/exclude him. If I gave out his name here, georger would on THE VIEW, BLEVINS on LETTERMAN, skyjack71 on double medication. I can't have that on my conscience, imagine on THE VIEW.. I couldn't live with myself,, Seriously, it isn't about fame or money, I just want to see it solved whether it is my suspect or somebody else and in my assessment giving out the name now puts that in jeopardy, a suspect with no resolution..

If you check the ingredients of fingerprint powder it falls very short of an explanation.. I stated the only thing that the picture proves is that my suspect matches the hijacker sketch, I really want to show my picture and suspect photo to Bill Mitchell, we might be in Portland in the spring.

Anyway,it is clear that I am going nowhere here, and won't post anymore until I get my suspects fingerprints and DNA in my possession and independently analyzed. Y'all figure out your own suspects,, EH!

and BLEVINS, I can prove my suspect read every page of every Cooper comic,,


(This post was edited by FLYJACK on Dec 29, 2013, 5:06 PM)


RobertMBlevins

Dec 29, 2013, 5:06 PM
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I see a lot of defensive comments back there, as if you have basically NOTHING to present except your own statements. You will let everyone know when you have some actual evidence to present, right? Crazy


smokin99

Dec 29, 2013, 5:10 PM
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RobertMBlevins wrote:
smokin99 wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
Flyjack says in part:

Quote:
'My suspect always wore a tie, was exposed virtually daily to all those particles found on the tie AND has a proven connection to "Dan Copper", had WW2 Europe military experience and has aviation knowledge among other things...'

I will assume you mean the Dan Cooper comic. Okay. How was he 'exposed?' Simply being for sale in eastern Canada in limited numbers just won't cut it. Did he own some of them and you can prove this? How do you know he was 'exposed to all those particles found on the tie'? You don't say HOW. Millions of people served in Europe during WW2. Was he a paratrooper and can you prove it? Or was he a skydiver? What 'aviation experience'?

Basically, except for a layered, photoshopped image, you have provided exactly LESS THAN ZERO regarding any suspect. No evidence, no references, no identity, and no proof.

Robert, I all for challenging, but at least read the posts before you dump on him.
He's already said that he can prove his guy read and was obsessed with the comic AND his guy had a connection to a real individual named Dan Cooper. If I 'm not mistaken the suspect is in a picture with a real Dan Cooper at the bridge - the picture that has the square and squiggly line dynamite marking on it. Plus he was questioned on this so he clarified. Plus he never said his guy was from eastern CA, plus he said he didn't photoshop the guys image - he just layered it over the composite. No he's not talking on where the tie particles come from. He's already said that. Now pay attention. Smile

Really? I HAVE paid attention. I have seen nothing presented to date. Until there is, my post on this STANDS. I've been questioned on items like proving Kenny Christiansen actually served as a paratrooper and the manner of his death. In those cases, I provided proof on both. So far, Flyjack has presented SHIT.

Flyjack: Check-in time at the Reality Hotel.

Well that's helpful.
Actually, if you had been paying attention you would have known that he was talking about a real person named Dan Cooper. So really, no you haven't been. You made an assumption that was incorrect because of this. I merely pointed that out to you.

And that is exactly all I addressed - not what has been presented by him or whether he should be questioned on it and back it up. I have already mentioned to him that he should expect to be challenged.

Maybe he actually wants to learn all about his person first so he doesn't have to backtrack on everything later.


smokin99

Dec 29, 2013, 5:19 PM
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FLYJACK wrote:

Well, if I told you his name, your head would explode,,,, and that isn't covered under Obamacare.. he has a verifiable link to the Cooper case from previous independent sources. I have other pics of him, the one I posted is the only one that was straight on to compare to the hijacker sketch, he always had a turkey neck. He fits the profile, the physical description, motive, opportunity I can't confirm after 42 years, a viable suspect but I fully admit it may ALL be circumstantial. The problem is the ONLY way to PROVE/ELIMINATE him is with fingerprints or DNA. It is a long shot, but if it is the hijacker this will be a movie, this story is that amazing. If he can't be excluded there will be books and maybe a movie, he is that fascinating a character. I just want to solve this thing and giving out his name too early will risk getting the only means to prove/exclude him. If I gave out his name here, georger would on THE VIEW, BLEVINS on LETTERMAN, skyjack71 on double medication. I can't have that on my conscience, imagine on THE VIEW.. I couldn't live with myself,, Seriously, it isn't about fame or money, I just want to see it solved whether it is my suspect or somebody else and in my assessment giving out the name now puts that in jeopardy, a suspect with no resolution..

If you check the ingredients of fingerprint powder it falls very short of an explanation.. I stated the only thing that the picture proves is that my suspect matches the hijacker sketch, I really want to show my picture and suspect photo to Bill Mitchell, we might be in Portland in the spring.

Anyway,it is clear that I am going nowhere here, and won't post anymore until I get my suspects fingerprints and DNA in my possession and independently analyzed. Y'all figure out your own suspects,, EH!

and BLEVINS, I can prove my suspect read every page of every Cooper comic,,

My point about the fingerprint powder is that there are potentially so many explanations for the ingredients - and they all didn't have to be placed on there at once -- and we aren't 100% sure that it is his tie.

Edited to add: I wanted to make sure before I posted but actually I wen back and checked and there are types of fingerprint powders that can potentially contain all of the ingredients listed. just fyi.

Oh well...sorry to see you go.


(This post was edited by smokin99 on Dec 29, 2013, 5:25 PM)


MarkBennett

Dec 29, 2013, 6:06 PM
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FLYJACK wrote:

Well, if I told you his name, your head would explode,,,, and that isn't covered under Obamacare.. he has a verifiable link to the Cooper case from previous independent sources. I have other pics of him, the one I posted is the only one that was straight on to compare to the hijacker sketch, he always had a turkey neck. He fits the profile, the physical description, motive, opportunity I can't confirm after 42 years, a viable suspect but I fully admit it may ALL be circumstantial. The problem is the ONLY way to PROVE/ELIMINATE him is with fingerprints or DNA. It is a long shot, but if it is the hijacker this will be a movie, this story is that amazing. If he can't be excluded there will be books and maybe a movie, he is that fascinating a character. I just want to solve this thing and giving out his name too early will risk getting the only means to prove/exclude him. If I gave out his name here, georger would on THE VIEW, BLEVINS on LETTERMAN, skyjack71 on double medication. I can't have that on my conscience, imagine on THE VIEW.. I couldn't live with myself,, Seriously, it isn't about fame or money, I just want to see it solved whether it is my suspect or somebody else and in my assessment giving out the name now puts that in jeopardy, a suspect with no resolution..

If you check the ingredients of fingerprint powder it falls very short of an explanation.. I stated the only thing that the picture proves is that my suspect matches the hijacker sketch, I really want to show my picture and suspect photo to Bill Mitchell, we might be in Portland in the spring.

Anyway,it is clear that I am going nowhere here, and won't post anymore until I get my suspects fingerprints and DNA in my possession and independently analyzed. Y'all figure out your own suspects,, EH!

and BLEVINS, I can prove my suspect read every page of every Cooper comic,,

Well, if your reason for not disclosing your suspect's name is because if you did his family would deny you his fingerprints and DNA, that's one thing.

But, you keep talking about books and movies. And, you seem to question the motives of some of this forum. Robert Blevins has his own suspect and so does Jo Weber. Georger has never shown any inclination toward selling anything.

And, as has been discussed on this forum many times, there is only one way to make a small fortune on the DB Cooper case, and that is to start with a large fortune.Smile

We have our characters and advocates on this forum, but there are a lot of really good researchers here, too. Once you are able to possess the DNA and fingerprints, I hope you'll recognize sharing more information will be helpful rather than harmful to you.


RobertMBlevins

Dec 29, 2013, 6:59 PM
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I'm not asking for your suspect's name necessarily. But you've said you can show THIS and you can show THAT...but basically you have shown NOTHING.

As in zero, less than zero, nada, negatory, zip....Smile


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smokin99

Dec 29, 2013, 7:08 PM
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MarkBennett wrote:
FLYJACK wrote:

Well, if I told you his name, your head would explode,,,, and that isn't covered under Obamacare.. he has a verifiable link to the Cooper case from previous independent sources. I have other pics of him, the one I posted is the only one that was straight on to compare to the hijacker sketch, he always had a turkey neck. He fits the profile, the physical description, motive, opportunity I can't confirm after 42 years, a viable suspect but I fully admit it may ALL be circumstantial. The problem is the ONLY way to PROVE/ELIMINATE him is with fingerprints or DNA. It is a long shot, but if it is the hijacker this will be a movie, this story is that amazing. If he can't be excluded there will be books and maybe a movie, he is that fascinating a character. I just want to solve this thing and giving out his name too early will risk getting the only means to prove/exclude him. If I gave out his name here, georger would on THE VIEW, BLEVINS on LETTERMAN, skyjack71 on double medication. I can't have that on my conscience, imagine on THE VIEW.. I couldn't live with myself,, Seriously, it isn't about fame or money, I just want to see it solved whether it is my suspect or somebody else and in my assessment giving out the name now puts that in jeopardy, a suspect with no resolution..

If you check the ingredients of fingerprint powder it falls very short of an explanation.. I stated the only thing that the picture proves is that my suspect matches the hijacker sketch, I really want to show my picture and suspect photo to Bill Mitchell, we might be in Portland in the spring.

Anyway,it is clear that I am going nowhere here, and won't post anymore until I get my suspects fingerprints and DNA in my possession and independently analyzed. Y'all figure out your own suspects,, EH!

and BLEVINS, I can prove my suspect read every page of every Cooper comic,,

Well, if your reason for not disclosing your suspect's name is because if you did his family would deny you his fingerprints and DNA, that's one thing.

But, you keep talking about books and movies. And, you seem to question the motives of some of this forum. Robert Blevins has his own suspect and so does Jo Weber. Georger has never shown any inclination toward selling anything.

And, as has been discussed on this forum many times, there is only one way to make a small fortune on the DB Cooper case, and that is to start with a large fortune.Smile

We have our characters and advocates on this forum, but there are a lot of really good researchers here, too. Once you are able to possess the DNA and fingerprints, I hope you'll recognize sharing more information will be helpful rather than harmful to you.

Yeah I've tried to tell him that. Actually, I think I know who his suspect is and yep it would be a showstopper. I kept thinking he looked like someone i had seen before.

If it's who I think, though it shouldn't be hard to find out whether he had an accent or not and there are definitely pictures out there from 70s.


(This post was edited by smokin99 on Dec 29, 2013, 7:09 PM)


Robert99

Dec 29, 2013, 8:05 PM
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RobertMBlevins wrote:
I see a lot of defensive comments back there, as if you have basically NOTHING to present except your own statements. You will let everyone know when you have some actual evidence to present, right? Crazy

Blevins, explain yourself. Are we suppose to laugh or cry when you make statements such as the above? How about you presenting some actual evidence yourself to back up your own claims about your Cooper candidate.

Robert99


RobertMBlevins

Dec 29, 2013, 8:38 PM
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Robert99 wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I see a lot of defensive comments back there, as if you have basically NOTHING to present except your own statements. You will let everyone know when you have some actual evidence to present, right? Crazy

Blevins, explain yourself. Are we suppose to laugh or cry when you make statements such as the above? How about you presenting some actual evidence yourself to back up your own claims about your Cooper candidate.

Robert99

LOL. Only because you asked. Smile

You've known about this for a while, of course.

Downloads average 30-60 a week according to Google Analytics, not counting the link at Newsvine. Sooner or later, someone will figure out whether the truth about Cooper is contained within it or not. I am neutral on all bets regarding that possibility.


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Robert99

Dec 29, 2013, 8:54 PM
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RobertMBlevins wrote:
Robert99 wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I see a lot of defensive comments back there, as if you have basically NOTHING to present except your own statements. You will let everyone know when you have some actual evidence to present, right? Crazy

Blevins, explain yourself. Are we suppose to laugh or cry when you make statements such as the above? How about you presenting some actual evidence yourself to back up your own claims about your Cooper candidate.

Robert99

LOL. Only because you asked. Smile

You've known about this for a while, of course.

Downloads average 30-60 a week according to Google Analytics, not counting the link at Newsvine. Sooner or later, someone will figure out whether the truth about Cooper is contained within it or not. I am neutral on all bets regarding that possibility.

Blevins, Do you actually understand what you have just written?

You say you are "neutral" as to whether your book claiming KC was Cooper is "truth"? Why don't you put that remark in your famous download?

Why not just plain English: "RobertMBlevins takes no position as to the truthfulness of this book or any book he writes. Nevertheless, he is writing two additional books on Cooper and trying to sell the screen rights to all three to anyone who is dumb enough to pay for them."

Robert99


georger

Dec 29, 2013, 8:57 PM
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RobertMBlevins wrote:
Robert99 wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I see a lot of defensive comments back there, as if you have basically NOTHING to present except your own statements. You will let everyone know when you have some actual evidence to present, right? Crazy

Blevins, explain yourself. Are we suppose to laugh or cry when you make statements such as the above? How about you presenting some actual evidence yourself to back up your own claims about your Cooper candidate.

Robert99

LOL. Only because you asked. Smile

You've known about this for a while, of course.

Downloads average 30-60 a week according to Google Analytics, not counting the link at Newsvine. Sooner or later, someone will figure out whether the truth about Cooper is contained within it or not. I am neutral on all bets regarding that possibility.

I see a lot of defensive comments back there, as if you have
basically NOTHING to present.


smokin99

Dec 29, 2013, 8:58 PM
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smokin99 wrote:
MarkBennett wrote:
FLYJACK wrote:

Well, if I told you his name, your head would explode,,,, and that isn't covered under Obamacare.. he has a verifiable link to the Cooper case from previous independent sources. I have other pics of him, the one I posted is the only one that was straight on to compare to the hijacker sketch, he always had a turkey neck. He fits the profile, the physical description, motive, opportunity I can't confirm after 42 years, a viable suspect but I fully admit it may ALL be circumstantial. The problem is the ONLY way to PROVE/ELIMINATE him is with fingerprints or DNA. It is a long shot, but if it is the hijacker this will be a movie, this story is that amazing. If he can't be excluded there will be books and maybe a movie, he is that fascinating a character. I just want to solve this thing and giving out his name too early will risk getting the only means to prove/exclude him. If I gave out his name here, georger would on THE VIEW, BLEVINS on LETTERMAN, skyjack71 on double medication. I can't have that on my conscience, imagine on THE VIEW.. I couldn't live with myself,, Seriously, it isn't about fame or money, I just want to see it solved whether it is my suspect or somebody else and in my assessment giving out the name now puts that in jeopardy, a suspect with no resolution..

If you check the ingredients of fingerprint powder it falls very short of an explanation.. I stated the only thing that the picture proves is that my suspect matches the hijacker sketch, I really want to show my picture and suspect photo to Bill Mitchell, we might be in Portland in the spring.

Anyway,it is clear that I am going nowhere here, and won't post anymore until I get my suspects fingerprints and DNA in my possession and independently analyzed. Y'all figure out your own suspects,, EH!

and BLEVINS, I can prove my suspect read every page of every Cooper comic,,

Well, if your reason for not disclosing your suspect's name is because if you did his family would deny you his fingerprints and DNA, that's one thing.

But, you keep talking about books and movies. And, you seem to question the motives of some of this forum. Robert Blevins has his own suspect and so does Jo Weber. Georger has never shown any inclination toward selling anything.

And, as has been discussed on this forum many times, there is only one way to make a small fortune on the DB Cooper case, and that is to start with a large fortune.Smile

We have our characters and advocates on this forum, but there are a lot of really good researchers here, too. Once you are able to possess the DNA and fingerprints, I hope you'll recognize sharing more information will be helpful rather than harmful to you.

Yeah I've tried to tell him that. Actually, I think I know who his suspect is and yep it would be a showstopper. I kept thinking he looked like someone i had seen before.

If it's who I think, though it shouldn't be hard to find out whether he had an accent or not and there are definitely pictures out there from 70s.

fwiw..I found some documented evidence from 1980s that this guy spoke with a "heavy French accent".


georger

Dec 29, 2013, 9:03 PM
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RobertMBlevins wrote:
I'm not asking for your suspect's name necessarily. But you've said you can show THIS and you can show THAT...but basically you have shown NOTHING.

As in zero, less than zero, nada, negatory, zip....Smile

Me thinks there is no more free lunch here for - RobertM Blevins.

And you can forget about ever talking to Rataczak also.

I have a message, which is:

"________________________" [Jätä meidät rauhaan!]

BTW, what was that date you say Porteous interviewed
Rataczak? Inquiring minds wanna-no. ? I'll look it up. Your
post that is -

Howz tricks in Cooperland ? Any NEW revelations ?

LaughCrazyLaugh


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GreyCopGC148

Dec 29, 2013, 9:57 PM
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georger wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I'm not asking for your suspect's name necessarily. But you've said you can show THIS and you can show THAT...but basically you have shown NOTHING.

As in zero, less than zero, nada, negatory, zip....Smile

Me thinks there is no more free lunch here for - RobertM Blevins.

And you can forget about ever talking to Rataczak also.

I have a message, which is:

"________________________" [Jätä meidät rauhaan!]

BTW, what was that date you say Porteous interviewed
Rataczak? Inquiring minds wanna-no. ? I'll look it up. Your
post that is -

Howz tricks in Cooperland ? Any NEW revelations ?

LaughCrazyLaugh[/quote

I think Jan 5 show will be the same old flat down stuff boring
GC 148


GreyCopGC148

Dec 29, 2013, 10:01 PM
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GreyCopGC148 wrote:
georger wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I'm not asking for your suspect's name necessarily. But you've said you can show THIS and you can show THAT...but basically you have shown NOTHING.

As in zero, less than zero, nada, negatory, zip....Smile

Me thinks there is no more free lunch here for - RobertM Blevins.

And you can forget about ever talking to Rataczak also.

I have a message, which is:

"________________________" [Jätä meidät rauhaan!]

BTW, what was that date you say Porteous interviewed
Rataczak? Inquiring minds wanna-no. ? I'll look it up. Your
post that is -

Howz tricks in Cooperland ? Any NEW revelations ?

LaughCrazyLaugh[/quote

I think Jan 5 show will be the same old float down stuff boring
GC 148[/quote


GreyCopGC148

Dec 29, 2013, 10:47 PM
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GreyCopGC148 wrote:
GreyCopGC148 wrote:
georger wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I'm not asking for your suspect's name necessarily. But you've said you can show THIS and you can show THAT...but basically you have shown NOTHING.

As in zero, less than zero, nada, negatory, zip....Smile

Me thinks there is no more free lunch here for - RobertM Blevins.

And you can forget about ever talking to Rataczak also.

I have a message, which is:

"________________________" [Jätä meidät rauhaan!]

BTW, what was that date you say Porteous interviewed
Rataczak? Inquiring minds wanna-no. ? I'll look it up. Your
post that is -

Howz tricks in Cooperland ? Any NEW revelations ?

LaughCrazyLaugh[/quote

I think Jan 5 show will be the same old float down stuff boring
GC 148[/quote

Quote:
I was stuck on float down for15 years


GreyCopGC148

Dec 29, 2013, 11:29 PM
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GreyCopGC148 wrote:
GreyCopGC148 wrote:
GreyCopGC148 wrote:
georger wrote:
RobertMBlevins wrote:
I'm not asking for your suspect's name necessarily. But you've said you can show THIS and you can show THAT...but basically you have shown NOTHING.

As in zero, less than zero, nada, negatory, zip....Smile

Me thinks there is no more free lunch here for - RobertM Blevins.

And you can forget about ever talking to Rataczak also.

I have a message, which is:

"________________________" [Jätä meidät rauhaan!]

BTW, what was that date you say Porteous interviewed
Rataczak? Inquiring minds wanna-no. ? I'll look it up. Your
post that is -

Howz tricks in Cooperland ? Any NEW revelations ?

LaughCrazyLaugh[/quote

I think Jan 5 show will be the same old float down stuff boring
GC 148[/quote

Quote:
I was stuck on float down for15 years
Quote:

So no answer to who owned the property before PDX was built


(This post was edited by GreyCopGC148 on Dec 29, 2013, 11:32 PM)


skyjack71

Dec 30, 2013, 12:23 AM
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smokin99 wrote:
There is nothing to suggest that Rataczak heard the hijacker. As far as we know, Cooper never talked directly to the crew in the cockpit except for the one time that they asked if he was okay. So the idea that he would even know at this late date is iffy.

Finally...Even if he did...what do we have if Rataczak says that the hijacker used the phrase?
We would be no further along then current speculation, because if the hijacker did (or didn't) say it you still do not know if he was a foreigner...or a counterfeiter....or a flight attendant that dealt with customs..or a regular ol joe who didn't want pesos...or a Portland banker.

Dead ON!


skyjack71

Dec 30, 2013, 1:31 AM
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skyjack71 wrote:
smokin99 wrote:
There is nothing to suggest that Rataczak heard the hijacker. As far as we know, Cooper never talked directly to the crew in the cockpit except for the one time that they asked if he was okay. So the idea that he would even know at this late date is iffy.

Finally...Even if he did...what do we have if Rataczak says that the hijacker used the phrase?
We would be no further along then current speculation, because if the hijacker did (or didn't) say it you still do not know if he was a foreigner...or a counterfeiter....or a flight attendant that dealt with customs..or a regular ol joe who didn't want pesos...or a Portland banker.

Dead ON!

Keeping on keeping one.
Duane and another subject lived in Huntington Beach and Long Island it the late 40's They both had connections to Puyallup and Pomerory
Duane claimed to have know the other man and the other man worked along side anonther suspect N. of Seattle. In fact this one susbject is the person Duane probably went to see for that long afternoon catching up on old times....in 1979, Just a bunch of BOY's playing games?

Never forget who this man is or at least what he looked like. I have a reason to repost this pic so you all be good.

Try to post pic of Ma and Pa Weber and some of you who live int the Puyallup area need to look REAL close. Pull old pictures of visitors to the area - visitors to the home of Stanley Gilliam . Where did Stanley Gillimam and Eunicie L Barth Gilliam know this other couple. Fred Barth and one of the other Barth boys also whet to Wa to live and thrive. One of the Barth guys the age of Duane's father - worked with they young men from McNeil - programs that taught them a trade and kept the young 1st offender out of the prison system in 1945 and for many yrs before that.

Some of these young men thought of him as their father.


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RobertMBlevins

Dec 30, 2013, 7:37 AM
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Pages 53-66 in Blast. Thought you said you'd actually read the book...you talk about it enough. Crazy


georger

Dec 30, 2013, 8:04 AM
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skyjack71 wrote:
smokin99 wrote:
There is nothing to suggest that Rataczak heard the hijacker. As far as we know, Cooper never talked directly to the crew in the cockpit except for the one time that they asked if he was okay. So the idea that he would even know at this late date is iffy.

Finally...Even if he did...what do we have if Rataczak says that the hijacker used the phrase?
We would be no further along then current speculation, because if the hijacker did (or didn't) say it you still do not know if he was a foreigner...or a counterfeiter....or a flight attendant that dealt with customs..or a regular ol joe who didn't want pesos...or a Portland banker.

Dead ON!

Hmmm. Is the interphone, or intercom, or two station stationary
interpersonal communications device (with push to talk button?)
or whatever it's called! .... on a speaker at both ends or just a
private handheld phone or earphone? In other words, can
caller's-in be heard by others when the device is activated on
audio frequencies human's use on this planet?

... "he's calling in now" ... ?

... "I can hear you now"! ... ?


(This post was edited by georger on Dec 30, 2013, 8:21 AM)


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