Months after he put an end to it, the man behind the Hidden Cash craze opens up to CBS13 about why he stopped and what his next move will be.
When the man with the Twitter handle @HiddenCash moved his scavenger hunt to Whittier, California, a thousand people trampled through Penn Park seeking free money.
Twitter seemed to be the perfect fit. As more and more people found cash stashed away in white envelopes in several cities, the Hidden cash phenomenon grew.
The Hidden Cash clues started rolling in on Monday exclusively on CBS13 and continues throughout the morning on Good Day Sacramento.
In another CBS13 exclusive, Hidden Cash has announced a second location where it has left envelopes containing cash.
@HiddenCash is here and people have begun finding the cash envelopes on the campus of Sacramento State University.
The account’s owner tweeted yesterday the hunt will start before 9 a.m. sometime this week, and clues for where to look will be announced the night before.
Sacramento, get ready to go on a scavenger hunt! @HiddenCash is on its way here!
“Hidden Cash” will soon be popping up around the capital city, with the popular urban scavenger hunt tweeted Tuesday that they are “Excited to be in Sacramento next week.”
The California cash rush has moved to the beach.