Geocaching hits the big screen next year in a new movie called "GPS, the Movie." Based on a true story, "GPS" is a thriller that takes place in Washington State. Geocaching enthusiasts find a photo of a masked woman tied to a chair, along with new GPS waypoints that lead to further clues.
BASED ON ACTUAL EVENTS
FACT: There are over a quarter-million treasures that have been hidden and are ready to be found in the new and expanding game of GPS treasure hunting which has taken over 200+ countries by storm.
SUMMARY: A group of adventure seeking college kids embark on a GPS treasure hunt in the Northwest wilderness. They are led to believe they will find two million dollars in cash. When they arrive at the treasure location they find what appears to be a grave. They dig up the grave to find a small coffin. What they find inside is shocking. Are the contents of the coffin real or is it all part of the game?