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DB Cooper case gets new clues in tiny algae found on ransom money (www.foxnews.com)

“The Cooper bill contained diatoms from summer bloom species suggesting that the money was not directly buried dry and the immersion happened months after the late November hijacking,” research published in Scientific Reports states.

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