Fans of the "House of Cards" series can now use their smartphones to track main character Frank Underwood.
No, this isn’t part of a corrupt plot to take over the presidency. It’s the new VisitHarford! House of Cards app that maps the Harford County locations where several scenes have been filmed throughout the Netflix series.
The app lists the more than 25 public sites featured on the show, including downtown Havre de Grace, which doubled as Frank Underwood's hometown of Gaffney, S.C. and Winters Run in Edgewood, the wooded area where Underwood stands during a Civil War dream sequence.
Each site, sorted alphabetically or by season, includes a description of how and when it was used during the series, along with a pinned visual map.
"The launch of the House of Cards app means yet another fun and totally unique activity visitors to Harford County can enjoy,” Greg Pizzuto, executive director of Visit Harford! said in a news release. "Fans of the show can see sites featured in the series and learn how each place was used in actual episodes."
The free House of Cards app is available for download in the iTunes store.