Does bad archaeology make for the best games?

18th Jul 2018 18:22 | all

In 1925 the British explorer Percy Fawcett and his expedition team set off from the Brazilian city of Cuiaba in search of the Lost City of Z, which Fawcett was sure lay hidden in the depths of the Amazon rainforest. It was the culmination of years of obsession for Fawcett, who had come to believe in the existence of an advanced lost civilisation based on sketchy travellers' tales and a mysterious idol given to him some years earlier by the pulp author H. Rider Haggard and said to be from the region.

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