Google Maps got in on the action, too. In 2012, a team conducting an expedition off the coast of Madagascar for underwater Street View found the long lost maps of William “Captain” Kidd. Google has now digitized the maps, which contain clues to Captain Kidd’s treasure, and is asking for users’ help in deciphering its encrypted symbols and codes. To view, just click the Treasure Mode button on the upper right of the Google Maps page. But this will be no easy task. Some clues are revealed by sunlight, others by configuring devices like a puzzle, some react to fire (do NOT try this at home) and, finally, some must be aligned perfectly (read: sky diving). Proceed with caution.