1. In 1962, volunteer firefighters burned a landfill in Centralia, PA, not knowing that they’d ignite a whole network of coal veins under the town.
2. Pavements buckled. Temperatures rose. Sinkholes clawed out swaths of sidewalks, spewing carbon monoxide.
And in the years since, Centralia’s infamy has attracted swarms of disaster tourists, urban decay photographers, bored teens armed with aerosol cans.
As you’d expect, the road to Centralia now looks like:
You’re an adult now, Pacman. You gobble whatever you want.
Someone started a comment thread.
A scathing review of Philip Roth.