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‘Where Did, Where Did, Where Did You Go?’

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On the next episode of Vox Tablet, coming to you Monday, we meet Skipp Porteous, a private investigator who thinks he’s found the answer to this question:

For those of you who don’t recall, D.B. Cooper is the alias for the man who, in 1971, pulled off the only unsolved aircraft hijacking in U.S. history. No, he wasn’t Jewish. And neither was Porteous, until he quit his ministry in the 1980s, moved East, and converted. It’s a damn good story, so don’t miss it.

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‘Where Did, Where Did, Where Did You Go?’

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