The Legendary ET Video Game Dump Site Is Set For Excavation

Most Neatorama readers have probably heard the story of Atari burying a whole warehouse full of unsold ET video games at a dump in New Mexico. As it turns out, there was likely a whole lot more than just ET games buried by Atari, though no one really knows for sure what was tossed in the dump, especially since the whole thing was later buried in concrete.

But all that's about to change now that the city of Alamogordo, home of the legendary landfill, has officially voted to allow a film company, Fuel Industries, six months to dig up the landfill and report what, exactly, they end up finding in the rubble. 

Link Via BoingBoing

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