DB Cooper, the Zodiac killer, and Bishop are the three cases I want solved the most. While DB Cooper didn't do anything as heinous as Bishop and Zodiac, I find the story fascinating.
There is also a missing person case in my native New Zealand that I would love to be solved. Peter Douglas Coop, who went to the same high school as me, although many years earlier. A fascinating case with evidence suggesting he staged his disappearance.
I exchanged a brief email with James Bruno to mark the 41st anniversary of Bishop's crime. He seems to be of the same thinking as most of us here, that this crime will never be solved. "Sometimes justice never catches up with evil".
Brown may have gone to Mexico for a bit, nut no doubt returned to the USA in time. He is probably partying it up in Panama City, Florida or something. What I always wonder about fugitives is how they know when to move on to somewhere else. They must develop a sixth sense of knowing when the net is closing in on them. Speaking of which, has anyone watched the new CBS show Hunted? People are given a chance to go on the run and evade capture by the authorities. If they stay on the run long enough they win a cash prize. The show certainly shows how easy it is for authorities to trace peoples whereabouts and also how clueless some people are about hiding. One couple used an ATM at a Greyhound station and got on the bus to Atlanta where their parents lived. Needless-to-say they were caught very quickly.