A group of MSUM students take part in the "world's biggest scavenger hunt"Moorhead, MN (WDAY TV) -- What better way to bring people from around the world together, than make them do a bunch of goofy tasks, and post them online.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Moorhead, MN (WDAY TV) -- What better way to bring people from around the world together, than make them do a bunch of goofy tasks, and post them online.
These MSU-Moorhead students are taking part in the "World's Biggest Scavenger Hunt." They're putting the final touches on this portrait made from skittles. When they finish a task, they take a video or a picture and post it online.
Last year 62-hundred people from 65 countries took part in the event. The winning team gets a trip.
Alexa Workman says, "this year it's in Scotland in a haunted Scottish castle and we get to do like ghost hunting and stuff because that's what part of supernatural is, ghosts and supernatural phenomenon."
Their team name is T-C-G loves nostril, the name of the scavenger hunt is gishtwhes (gish-wiz). And by saying those two things on TV we just got the group 100 more points