Though this may be news to some, Alamogordo's Atari Graveyard draws visitors to the city year after year just to see a covered up old landfill, which is to say, nothing. Underneath the legendary spot, however, lie a HUGE number -some say nearly the entire existing inventory- of the world's worst video game, "E.T." It was "based" on the 1982 film, but apparently really, really sucked. Supposedly the home video game market was going south as well and that prompted Atari to crush, bury and cover in concrete at least nine semi-trailer loads of the game and consoles (which were manufactured in El Paso.)
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Greg Fultz says his ex aborted their child. So the 35-year-old college student put up a billboard about it. The billboard, which shows Fultz happily cradling the silhouette of a an illustrated infant, reads "This Would Have Been A Picture of My 2-Month Old Baby If The Mother Had Decided Not To KILL Our Child!"