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In 1971 a man falsely known as D.B.Cooper, hijacked an airplane and could get away with $us 200.000. This case which is code-named as “Norjak” has baffled FBI authorities and private investigators for more than 30 years, nonetheless, this case has been unveiled and it has nothing paranormal or extraordinary

Medium: Jorge Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ron Hubbard.
Interlocutor: Okay Master. Now I’d like to talk about the D. B Cooper case if you agree.
Ron Hubbard: Sure, let’s start, and for those who will read it, Why don’t you make a short summary?
Interlocutor: Very well.
THE D.B. COOPER CASE: On November 13, 1971 a Boeing 727 took off from the Portland International airport with a passenger that everybody knows as “D.B. Cooper”. Once in the air, he hijacked the airplane saying that he had a bomb, which apparently was false. The airplane had thirty six passengers and six crew members. When the airplane landed on Seattle, the hijacker demanded $us 200.000 and four parachutes which were given in exchange for the passengers.
Then, the airplane took off again without the passengers heading to Mexico only with the crew.
When the plane was at an altitude of 10.000 feet (around 3.000 meters), Cooper jumped with a parachute. The two jet fighters that were tracking the airliner didn't notice anything. The airplane landed in Reno without incidents and without the hijacker. The only track in this case appeared in 1980, when a boy found part of the ransom.
The questions would be: Who was this man? Was D.B. Cooper his real name? Why he could not be identified and why he was never seen again.
Ron Hubbard: Dan Cooper was not the real name of this person. This man had his mental decoder seriously unbalanced that affected him emotionally and at the same time he was very intelligent; because it has been demonstrated by medical professionals that many people with a psychological unbalance, let us call it like that, - although you don't like the word - they have a great intelligence, a great mental sharpness. His name was not D.B Cooper...
Interlocutor: Can we know what his name was?
Ron Hubbard: His name is not important.
Interlocutor: Did he die? Did he get sick?
Ron Hubbard: No.
Interlocutor: How old is he at this moment?
Ron Hubbard: He is a very old man and he is living in the northern region of Mexico. I can tell you that.
Interlocutor: Okay. Nothing else about this matter?
Ron Hubbard: No, because it is not an uncommon mystery. There is nothing paranormal or anything like that, There is no abduction...
Interlocutor: In a previous session it was said about a primordial abduction, Am I confused or you don’t want to approach this topic at this time?
Ron Hubbard: At least I won't approach it. Leave this topic to Johnakan.
Interlocutor: But is there something like that?
Ron Hubbard: Sure, but I don't want to approach it. This incident came later.
Interlocutor: Ah! Did that come when he jumped with a parachute?
Ron Hubbard: No, he landed perfectly on the ground.
Interlocutor: Let’s see if I understood. D. B. Cooper was a false name, he kept the money and he is living happily in Mexico. Am I right Master?
Ron Hubbard: Yes, the true name of this person is David Warren, he is an unbalanced person, but with a tremendous knowledge.
Interlocutor: Okay. Was he an expert in parachuting or something like that?
Ron Hubbard: Yes, he had parachuting knowledge.
Interlocutor: Why did he demand four parachutes?
Ron Hubbard: Just to mislead the authorities.
Interlocutor: Okay. He hijacked the airplane, he jumped with a parachute and he landed perfectly safe on the ground; Then, Why a boy said he found bills or there is nothing like that?
Ron Hubbard: No. he landed perfectly on the ground.
Interlocutor: So he put in a bag those 200.000 Dollars?
Ron Hubbard: He could get away with an amount of money, and then he directly traveled in several buses...
Interlocutor: Yes, I understood he could get away with his plan…
Ron Hubbard: Correct.
Interlocutor: Then, the primordial abduction happened after these facts, Does it have something to do with this case?
Ron Hubbard: That was a later fact in the region of Mexico and it doesn't have anything to do with this incident.
Interlocutor: Okay, we leave it then for another moment.

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