A new graphic nonfiction series about real FBI cases launches with a gripping, minute-by-minute account of the only unsolved airplane hijacking in the US, pulled off by the man known as D.B. Cooper.
CASE NO. 001: NORJAK
NOVEMBER 24, 1971
A man in his midforties, wearing a suit and overcoat, buys a ticket for Northwest Orient Airlines flight 305 bound for Seattle.
The man gives a note to the flight attendant with his demands: $200,000 in cash and four parachutes. If the demands are not met, he threatens to detonate the explosive device in his briefcase.
So begins the astonishing true story of the man known as D.B. Cooper, the only unsolved airplane hijacking case in the United States.
Comics panels, reproductions of documents from real FBI files, and photos from the investigation combine for a thrilling read for sleuths of all ages.
âPhotos from the Files.â Sources. Full-color illustrationscreated with pen, pencils, and Adobe Photoshop."