Quoted from The_Director:
Was just thinking about this tonight. Are all super rare games accounted for? Like all 9 kingpins, all 13 original BBBs, the 2 Bigfoot’s, the one Loch Ness monster? Or are some of these games potentially out there somewhere waiting to be found again?
Kingpin #8 surfaced in the last year or two...there was a thread with lots of good photos of it.
A BBB and kingpin were lost in a fire. I can't remember if the count of surviving kingpins is 10 down to 9 or 9 down to 8. Ipdb say 9 confirmed, but I'm not sure if that was pre or post fire.
The big foots were likely dismantled, though a few extra backglasses have surfaced. A few photos and some video footage survived.
Someone posted a nice set of photos in the last year or two of loch ness.
The king kongs were more or less all accounted for, and the story about the undiscovered one was never substanciated.
The original bbb's were pretty much all accounted for.
The DE Michael Jackson pin was listed on ebay a few times, but the owner either didn't actually have it or was incredibly eccentric and wouldn't let anyone see it.
Moat of the time, rare games like this don't often get listed for public sale, and generally either stay in collections long-term or change hands privately.