People flocked to Baker Beach just after 10am on Saturday to look for @HiddenCash. Photo by @koln5
Saturday morning, we got a report that people were streaming across Baker Beach like a zombie horde. The reason? @HiddenCash announced on Saturday at 9:41am that $2000 had been hidden in Pez dispensers somewhere in San Francisco.
A little later at 10:12am, @HiddenCash revealed the location: “”Burners” will know it all started here. All are in the sand. Houses to your left, foggy bridge to your right.” and shared a photo of a Pez dispenser lying in sand.
SF: "Burners" will know it all started here. All are in the sand. Houses to your left, foggy bridge to your right. pic.twitter.com/becLgo8go2
— Hidden Cash (@HiddenCash) August 2, 2014
From there, the game begin. Dozens of people were seen walking up and down Baker Beach, searching for the small dispensers with cash in them, and really hoping to find one of the three larger packages of dispensers that each contained $100.
The first confirmed find via twitter was at 10:58am by @oliviaaa_143 who wrote “THANK YOU SO MUCH @HiddenCash you rock thanks for making my day.”
More came streaming in after that:
— Ethan Thomas (@ethan021021) August 2, 2014
— Ms. Magenta (@zombieXzoe) August 2, 2014
— Jacob Donida (@cookiedoughnida) August 2, 2014
— Keith (@keithkman) August 2, 2014
Did you rush over to Baker Beach to look for @HiddenCash? We’re not sure if every one was found so if you’re out there this week, keep your eyes peeled!