Sam Nozik's beetles-eaten corpse in a Florida glade is identified from his acrylic eye. He worked in a Miami museum, from which a treasure map to a Spanish galleon was stolen. Booth grudgingly allows his superstitious former foreign army tour acquaintance Walter Sherman (and his team of two) to use his 'tracing gift' to find and retrieve the treasure. They do, after consulting bishop Edward Galano on period navigation, and find the corpse, but meanwhile the diver herself has been murdered too. Booth meanwhile comes to terms with his grudge against Walter as 'insensitive' MP. Written by
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The plot of the episode (a XVII century navigational chart, a sunken treasure ship, a Jesuit conspiracy, latitude and longitude codes and an unscrupulous treasure hunter) is loosely based on the novel "La Carta Esferica", by Spanish author Arturo Perez-Reverte. See more
He's not crazy. Where I come from, we call Walter's gift "Darna Shellah" - the second sight.
Yeah, right. Because you're from Scotland. You know what happens, don't you? The day Walter can't find what he's looking for.
You ever think that maybe that's why you and me were put with Walter? To make sure that never happens. We both owe the man our lives. "And I shall walk in thy ways safely!"
References It's a Wonderful Life
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