Drought in Mexico reveals 400-year-old church

originally posted at news.yahoo.com Drought in Mexico reveals 400-year-old church A church that has been covered by water for years has been exposed as southern Mexico experiences drought conditions. The Nezahualcoyotl reservoir has dropped by 25 metres, The Associated Press reports, exposing the centuries-old Temple of Santiago (also known as Temple of Quechula). In 2002,…

Mexican Landfill Site FULL of Atari Games – E.T. found!!

Diggers find hundreds of decades-old Atari ‘E.T.’ and other game cartridges in a landfill By Juan Carlos Llorca, The Associated Press | The Canadian Press – 21 minutes ago RELATED CONTENT View PhotoA man takes a photo of an E.T. doll in Alamogordo, N.M, Saturday, April 26, 2014. … ALAMOGORDO, N.M. – A documentary film production company has found buried in…