YouTubers find video game jackpot under a pile of mold and maggots
Two YouTube dealers unearthed valuable video games from a pile of mold and maggots in a dilapidated, rat-infested house.
If cockroaches, rats, and maggots capsize your stomach, this is your warning to prepare for what’s to come – the following story is not for the faint of heart.
Video game hunters Aimee and Korbin hit the jackpot when they discovered a sensational factory-sealed collection of video games in a dilapidated house. The only problem was that they had to wade through piles of insect infested garbage to find them.
The creators of the Youtube channel, Cheap gold mines, document their findings at garage sales, pawn shops and thrift stores.
Sometimes they discover gems, and most of the time they never have to fight brown recluse spiders for their loot.
In this particularly lucrative discovery, avoiding the creepy critters was not an option.
The couple filmed their trip in conditions that most would stray away from. But their efforts were not in vain, as they stumbled upon the game’s gold in the form of a factory-sealed copy of Long live the Piñata of Xbox 360 fame in 2006.
The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker and resident Evil lay among the collapsed ceiling and piles of rat shit.
I don’t know about you guys, but to me a box full of maggots and the threat of scabies seems like too high a price to pay for a few games – even though they come with an edition chainsaw controller. collector.
The resale value of Aimee and Korbin’s loot may change your mind, however.
The pair invested $ 870 to gain access to the garage sale and an extra box of games on top of what they could achieve on their own. A fair price, despite the maggots, for the $ 20,000 resale value of transportation.
According to the couple, the house fell into disrepair when the owner, an anonymous person who identifies as part of the Specter, lost a loved one and was unable to maintain the property.
In a healthy nod to the order’s passion for game collection, Aimee and Korbin have incorporated a few of their finds into their personal collection.