A reputed treasure diver is found murdered. The valuable Spanish coins found in his home, which must stem from one of the most wanted wrecks, are however fake, and he was secretly working for a world-famous salvager, whose reputation is at stake. But several small shrimps in the story also hide the truth. Trough the victim's family past, the team discovers why he was obsessed with a Honoluly raid-sunk warship, a veteran's casket and a fortune in war-stamped banknotes. Steve meanwhile discovers that his former mentor Joe White tried to prevent him finding out the truth about father McGarrett's fatal past. Written by
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"Mea Makamae" is Hawaiian for Treasure See more
After finding a severed hand in the ocean, the medical examiner states that he found elevated levels of lead in the residual blood. He states that this means that the victim was shot before he lost his hand. Five-O later finds the bullet on the boat, which indicates that bullet passed completely through the victim. The only way you could get high levels of lead in your system from a bullet is if you were shot, the bullet was never removed and the lead would leach into your bloodstream over months or years. Since the bullet had passed through him, the victim would have had very little to almost no lead in his system. See more
Various Voices from the Beach
What is that? Come on, get out of the water! Look out. Look behind you. It's a shark!
[screams as Aaron pops up out of the water laughing in goggles with a shark fin strapped to his head
Aaron! That wasn't funny!
You're the only one who isn't laughing.
Hawaii 5-0 Theme
Written by Morton Stevens
Performed by Brian Tyler See more