‘Hidden Cash’ Turns Up In Huntington Beach

HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA.com) — A day after making a money drop in the San Fernando Valley, the real estate mogul behind “Hidden Cash” treated Orange County residents to a treasure hunt of their own.

“Hidden Cash,” aka Jason Boozie, tweeted two clues Friday morning of where he hid his money in Huntington Beach.

The Palo Alto resident first started generating buzz when he left secret amounts of cash around Southern California and tweeted clues under the Twitter handle @HiddenCash.

He says he’s doing this bring joy to others and hopes those who find the loot will pay it forward.

People throughout the morning and afternoon have been tweeting pictures of the mad dash for cash happening on the beach.

This time the money was hidden in PEZ dispensers.

There might still be some buried treasure.

Hidden Cash says to look closer to the stairs than the water.


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