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Jack "Murph the Surf" Murphy is the one-time surfing champion who, in 1964, helped steal the Star of India sapphire and other jewels from New York's American Museum of Natural History. In 1968, Murphy was charged in the "Whiskey Creek murders" of two California secretaries found shot and dumped in a creek. Murphy denied it but was convicted of killing one woman and conspiracy to rob the second.