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D. B. Cooper: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1:
What did D. B. Cooper do for a living?
Actor, Owner/Operator SoulGeek.Com
Unknown
broadcast journalist
Actor

Question 2:
D. B. Cooper, Stanford prison experiment and Twenty-sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution are all:
Unidentified people Parachuting Fugitives wanted by the United States 1971 in the United States

Question 3: In February 1980 on the banks of the ________, eight-year-old Brian Ingram found $5,880 in decaying $20 bills, which proved to be part of the original ransom.
WashingtonSnake RiverColumbia RiverCelilo Falls

Question 4:
D. B. Cooper, LANSA Flight 508 and All Nippon Airways Flight 58 are all:
Northwest Airlines accidents and incidents Unidentified people Hijackers Aviation accidents and incidents in 1971

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Some of the stolen $20 bills found in 1980.
  F.B.I. sketch of Cooper, with age progression
  Looping animation of how the 727's rear airstair was used by Cooper to escape. The airstair had not been designed for deployment in flight and was gravity-operated, meaning it fell open and remained that way until the aircraft had landed.

Question 6: He and a crew of convicts escaped in August 1974 by stealing a ________ and crashing it through the prison's main gate.
Dempster DumpmasterCompostingGarbage truckWaste collection

Question 7:
D. B. Cooper, Nawaz Sharif and Shamil Basayev are all:
Fugitives wanted by the United States Hijackers Accidents and incidents involving the Boeing 727 American criminals

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Looping animation of how the 727's rear airstair was used by Cooper to escape. The airstair had not been designed for deployment in flight and was gravity-operated, meaning it fell open and remained that way until the aircraft had landed.
  Some of the stolen $20 bills found in 1980.
  F.B.I. wanted poster of D. B. Cooper

Question 9:
D. B. Cooper, Roman Polanski and Dawood Ibrahim are all:
Fugitives wanted by the United States Unsolved crimes Northwest Airlines accidents and incidents 1971 in the United States

Question 10: As late as March 2008, the FBI thought it might have had a breakthrough when children unearthed a parachute within the bounds of Cooper's probable jump site near the town of Amboy, ________.
WashingtonNorthwestern United StatesAlaskaOregon
















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