A man in Binghamton, New York, excavated a reindeer “artifact” buried by a winter storm that dumped more than 40 inches of snow on the city by Thursday, December 17.
This video shows Jason Marshall joking around as he narrates his “archeological” find — a holiday reindeer decoration covered in snow following the nor’easter. The National Weather Service reported 41 inches of snow in Binghamton by Thursday morning.
“Unbelievable discovery at this Binghamton archaeological dig site. It may be one of Santa’s original reindeer, but we can’t be certain,” Marshall said on Twitter. Credit: Jason Marshall via Storyful