Transcript for Rich Man Expands His Hidden Cash Scavenger Hunts to Other Cities
take inside a big batch of pay it forward fever. One of our own ABC news interns cracked the clues and found this envelope here in New York City, with $50 and is silver dollar inside. And Rachel smith stole that money from her and has it on set. I'm going to give it back, I promise. Dan is out of control. People were searching central park here Saturday like money growing on trees. 40 envelopes like this one, containing $50 and a silver coin. In the end, it's the thoughts not the amount that matters the most. It started as a social media experiment. Trying to find the hidden cash. Reporter: A twitter-fuelled treasure hunt. Anything is better than nothing. Reporter: Using the Twitter handle hiddencash. The man hidden behind all of the cash, says the goal is a simple one. We're doing it to give back and put a smile on people's faces. Reporter: Saturday was hidden cash's biggest day ever, the cash and the kindness spewing over into multiple cities at once. Houston, Mexico City, Brooklyn and central park, Manhattan. This clue from nyc going at 10:00 A.M. Mr. Grant and miss liberty invite you to attend their wedding in the large garden in the middle of town. People searching high and low, cashing in on that hidden stash. They hit another jackpot with $50 and a silver dollar. Taking his payday and paying it forward to those in need. Overnight, buzi asking others to join it. Want to encourage those who can afford to, to start leaving cash in random places. With this kind of response, U don't want to stop the momentum. If you didn't win Saturday, don't despair, the clues continue today, the next spot is Chicago. Get ready, windy city. You better hope the city doesn't blow away there. Love this story, Rachel. If the spurs wins, Ron is going to triple that money. Yeah, that will be the day. Enough problems with the hair
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