The site of a single-family Anasazi dwelling dating back 1200 years has been found near Kanab, Utah. It was found by surveyors two years ago while they were prepping for a road project. The resulting excavation finished last month.
Scientists are unwilling to speculate if a 9th Century CE sub-prime meltdown led to the Anasazi eventually abandoning this excellent home. “The reason it’s so pristine is they might have just handed the keys back to the mortgage company and walked away,” said one anonymous source within the dig. Considering a final report will take up to two years to complete, it’s too early to actually speculate–but that’s never stopped us before.
(P.S. Again…what’s with the no pictures? Hello?)