Geocaching responsible for Mystery Books?

As a pilot I’ve long used a GPS to navigate in the air. Often when tootling along at 4,500 feet, I’d contemplate what else could be done with such a keen device besides pinpointing one’s exact location on Earth. When I heard about geocaching — using a GPS to find treasures hidden by other geocachers — I thought it was a wonderful reason to take a long walk in the woods.I played the game myself a few times, and when after hours of sweaty searching, plagued by mosquitoes and blackflies, I found a Tupperware bowl full of trinkets cleverly hidden under a log, I had a “Eureka!” thought: What if this were a human corpse?

Read about the whole story of the mystery author HERE.

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