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Armed with a cellphone and a map, interactive gamers hit Boston streets

From left: Nan Wolfe, David Bitkower, Jerry Ringuette, and Jim Wolfe scour the North End for clues in Friday the 13th's inaugural run of Ghosts of Liberty.
By Peter DeMarco
Globe Correspondent / October 17, 2006

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Heeding the commands of ghostly voices, David Bitkower and his friends race through the darkness to Paul Revere's famous statue. Like amateur sleuths, they huddle together under a lone flashlight, punching buttons on Bitkower's cellphone until a clue appears on the glowing screen. (Full article: 1069 words)

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