A Florida highway has been cleared of mystery traffic and a mysterious blue highway game has been revealed.
In October, the Highway Patrol announced the “Blue Highway” game, in which players drive down a highway and then exit the highway on a “blue highway” to find clues in the back of their vehicles.
“The Blue Highway” was announced as the “biggest mystery ever solved,” said Highway Patrol Capt. Mike O’Brien in a news release.
The game was to begin on Nov. 7, but the news release says the game is still “in the early stages.”
The Highway Patrol is still investigating the mystery game, O’Brian said.
The mystery is not the first mystery to surface about Florida’s Highway 9.
In November, police announced that a suspect was behind a $7 million hit-and-run that killed an elderly man, and that the suspect, who was wanted for questioning, was still at large.
A few days later, police said the suspect was also wanted for an aggravated robbery.
In the first weeks of December, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office released surveillance video of a man they said had been seen on Highway 9, and it was unclear whether he was involved in the hit-in-the-head incident.