In the marina floats the corpse of the most brilliant of the three Hasker family salvage associates. They found Florida's richest Spanish galleon yet, but lost most proceeds to a Spanish claim, handled by Dulce Mendez, and their own lawyers, after which he left the business to work in Mark Ellison's restaurant. His boat's GPS coordinates being wiped and the antique dagger he was stabbed to death with suggest he was on the trail of the ultimate prize, so who knew and claimed what? Written by
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Cap's Place in Lighthouse Point, Florida is used for the bar where Longworth and Callie exam the Legends of Magdalena book. The shipyard scenes are actually Merrill Stevens Boatyard on the Miami River. The boatyard opened in 1885 where WWI and WWII Navy and Marine vessels were repaired. Oleta River State Park was used for the Mangrove Swamps where Callie and Longworth found the buried treasure. The Sea Watch on the Ocean restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale was used for the Dockside Restaurant where Longworth questions Mark Ellison about his partnership with Johnny Hasker. Johnny Hasker's corpse floating in the water at the beginning of the episode was actually a stunt man wrapped in plastic. See more
[Searching the swamp for the treasure
Are you sure this is right?
Yes. I got the coordinates from the sextant and put them in the GPS thingie.
GPS thingie? Oh my God, I'm going to die!
You are not going to die.
I'm in the swamp with a guy from Chicago who says 'GPS thingie'! I'm going to die!