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    Conversations and speculation about unsolved crimes always catches my attention. So I ask, what are the most interesting/notable unsolved crimes in history? I would have to put Jack the Ripper at the #1 spot.
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    Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

    D.B. Cooper.

    Saw a story on it today actually, that's why it immediately came to mind.

    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/world/5...-lead.html.csp
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      Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

      Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
      D.B. Cooper.

      Saw a story on it today actually, that's why it immediately came to mind.

      http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/world/5...-lead.html.csp
      Interesting. It would be crazy if they actually solved that one after so many years.
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        On the Today show they had a person of interest in regards to the DB Cooper case
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          Regarding DB Cooper, I think that he is probably living in a beach town in Mexico, drinking margaritas and still laughing about how he pulled of the most flawless and legendary heist in history. Seriously, why would he take the chance of staying in the US?
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          • #6
            Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

            Always fascinated by the Jimmy Hoffa case.

            Here's the more extensive article from the Telegraph about the DB Cooper case.

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            • #7
              Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

              Originally posted by WeAreNDHockey View Post
              Always fascinated by the Jimmy Hoffa case.
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                How could Michigan NOT win the national title in 1997, when they were CLEARLY the best team and had the best college player in the world???

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                • #9
                  Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

                  I always thought the Zodiac case was interesting, even though now they're relatively sure who the guy was.

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                    Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

                    Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
                    D.B. Cooper.

                    Saw a story on it today actually, that's why it immediately came to mind.

                    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/world/5...-lead.html.csp
                    We already know it was Adam West.

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                    • #11
                      Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

                      Originally posted by bigblue_dl View Post
                      Regarding DB Cooper, I think that he is probably living in a beach town in Mexico, drinking margaritas and still laughing about how he pulled of the most flawless and legendary heist in history. Seriously, why would he take the chance of staying in the US?
                      I think he's in Zihuatanejo.
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                      • #12
                        Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

                        Who killed JonBenét Ramsey?

                        And now you can add who killed Kaylee Anthony?
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                          Originally posted by joecct View Post
                          I think he's in Zihuatanejo.
                          Is it sad I thought this exact same thing?
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                            Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

                            Originally posted by SteveP View Post
                            Who killed JonBenét Ramsey?

                            And now you can add who killed Kaylee Anthony?
                            The disappearance of Judge Crater. And in Chicago in the 50's there were several murders of teenagers, two of which have never been solved: Judith Mae Andersen and the Grimes sisters.

                            As to Jon Benet and Kaylee, I assume you're speaking legally, since we know who killed them: their mothers. Remember, the person who wrote the 300 word "ransom" note in the Ramsey case asked for an amount of money equal to John Ramsey's Christmas bonus that year. How many people would know that? The note writer also referred to John's "good southern common sense." John was from Michigan. But Patsy and her cracker family always kidded him about his "good southern common sense." And who writes a 300 word "ransom " note anyway? Finally, the FBI was able to rule everyone but Patsy out as the writer of that note. Patsy wrote the note and was responsible for the death of Jon Benet. In the words of that Boulder cop on Larry King: "Patsy, I think you're good for this."
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                              Re: The Most Interesting/Notable Unsolved Crimes in History

                              Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                              The disappearance of Judge Crater. And in Chicago in the 50's there were several murders of teenagers, two of which have never been solved: Judith Mae Andersen and the Grimes sisters.

                              As to Jon Benet and Kaylee, I assume you're speaking legally, since we know who killed them: their mothers. Remember, the person who wrote the 300 word "ransom" note in the Ramsey case asked for an amount of money equal to John Ramsey's Christmas bonus that year. How many people would know that? The note writer also referred to John's "good southern common sense." John was from Michigan. But Patsy and her cracker family always kidded him about his "good southern common sense." And who writes a 300 word "ransom " note anyway? Finally, the FBI was able to rule everyone but Patsy out as the writer of that note. Patsy wrote the note and was responsible for the death of Jon Benet. In the words of that Boulder cop on Larry King: "Patsy, I think you're good for this."
                              Yeah, I was writing with tongue planted in cheek. I should have added who killed Nicole Brown Simpson.

                              On a more serious note, the killer or killers of several children at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto in 1980 and 1981 have never been found.
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