Netflix’ DEA NARCOS Teams with The Lost Clipper

by Guy and Jeff

Steve Murphy (played by Boyd Holbrook) and Javier Pena (played by Pedro Pascal) are the two agents responsible for taking down Pablo Escobar on Netflix’ hit show, Narcos. Their hunt for the notorious Medellin Cartel leader was told on the first two seasons where both agents served as series consultants.  

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Steve Murphy and Javier Pena, Lead Investigators in search of The Lost Clipper

Being experts at solving intricate criminal puzzles, both retired DEA Agents are on a new case with worldwide ramifications. Murphy and Pena have agreed to take the lead of an 80 year old cold case in which a Pan Am Airways aircraft Hawaiian Clipper was allegedly hijacked by two rogue Japanese Navy aviators working with a criminal syndicate to steal $50 million dollars in gold (in today’s standards) and the plane that carried it.  

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Steve Murphy, Guy Noffsinger, Jeff Riegel, and Javier Pena (December 2015)

If they succeed in finding the remains of the fifteen American passengers murdered and hidden under a slab of concrete, it will force worldwide historians to change the date for America’s entry into World War II from December 7, 1941 to July 29, 1938.

 

In the coming months, we’ll post “Clipper Clips” from Javier and Steve about their thoughts on the Lost Clipper. Please watch for more updates and information on this and other exciting news currently in the works on our blog and social media pages.  Also, please follow the work of Steve and Javier on their social media pages as well…

https://www.facebook.com/DEAnarcos/

https://www.twitter.com/DEAnarcos/

https://www.deanarcos.com

https://lostclipper.com

https://www.facebook.com/lostclipper

https://www.twitter.com/lostclipper

 

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