Whether you've boarded the San Francisco cable cars a hundred times or brushed them off as a mere tourist trap, you're now invited to learn about a modern mystery story experienced while riding one up Nob Hill.
Member author Jim Nelson has penned Everywhere Man, a high-tech mystery story and audio tour about San Francisco's cable cars.
Readers and tour participants will learn about a stranger haunting millions of tourist photographs that are taken around San Francisco and posted on the Internet, a man whose image quietly frustrates the fabric of the city's digital history. His presence is detected inside a virtual cable car ride funded by an entrepreneur who fancies himself a modern Andrew Hallidie.
Portions of the audio tour will be presented and the author will discuss the process of writing a book designed to be synchronized with a self-guided audio tour.
Everywhere Man was published in October 2011.