Geocaching is modern day treasure hunting, but instead of a pirate map, players rely on a GPS monitor or cell phone to guide them to the "cache." As of 2013 there were over 2 million caches in the world. They are in the cities and forests, even under the ocean. Chances are there is probably a cache near you right now. Items placed in the cache vary, ranging from little value to jewelry, travel vouchers, and even cash.
Our story begins with a young couple traversing through the forest, cellphones in hand. We ultimately learn what they are searching for: a hard-to-reach cache, dangling precariously on a ledge abutting a cliff face. When they manage to recover the cache, instead of treasure, they uncover something far more gruesome: a rotting forearm, fingernails polished bright pink. And that's only the beginning.
As evidence linked to a sadistic string of murders begins to show up in geocache holds throughout the forest, a detective's only shot at catching the killer, is to play in his chilling game.
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