Special Guest Presenter:
Jack Rowland Murphy, also known as "Murph the Surf," in 1964 stole 22 gems, including the Star of India, a 563.35 carat star sapphire, from New York City's Museum of Natural History. Within 48 hours, aided by confidential police sources, all 4 men involved in the crime were arrested. One of those men was Jack Rowland Murphy.
Over his colorful life, Murphy was a concert violinist, tennis pro, movie stunt man, professional surfer, high-tower circus diver, jewel thief and a murderer.
While in prison Jack found redemption through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Today, Jack Murphy acts as an evangelist-style preacher, visiting the prisons as a "messenger of God" with the aim of helping rehabilitate other felons through Christianity.