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'''Machete Landing''' (or '''Machete Junction''') was a small, remote river outpost that lay along the [[Amazon River]] in [[South America]].
   
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==History==
'''Machete Landing''' (or '''Machete Junction''') was a small, remote river outpost that lay along the [[Amazon River]] in [[South America]] where [[Peru|Peruvian]] guides [[Barranca]] and [[Satipo]] were based. In [[1936]], [[Indiana Jones]] approached the two to hire them as the pair possessed part of a map vital to finding the [[Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors]].
 
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Machete Landing was originally established by missionaries who sought to bring [[Christianity]] to the local native [[South America]]n people. However, they were ill-prepared for the harsh jungle environment and many lost their lives. The site was abandoned and eventually taken over by a criminal element.
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[[Peru]]vian guides [[Barranca]] and [[Satipo]] were based out of Machete Landing around [[1936]]. That year, [[Indiana Jones]] hired the two men as the pair possessed part of a map vital to finding the [[Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors]] within which sat the [[Chachapoyan Fertility Idol|fertility idol]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 20:24, 7 November 2015

Machete Landing (or Machete Junction) was a small, remote river outpost that lay along the Amazon River in South America.

History[edit | edit source]

Machete Landing was originally established by missionaries who sought to bring Christianity to the local native South American people. However, they were ill-prepared for the harsh jungle environment and many lost their lives. The site was abandoned and eventually taken over by a criminal element.

Peruvian guides Barranca and Satipo were based out of Machete Landing around 1936. That year, Indiana Jones hired the two men as the pair possessed part of a map vital to finding the Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors within which sat the fertility idol.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

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