In Herodotus, book 1, 34-45, there is a rambling story about Atys, son of Croesus, accidentally killed by a spear while hunting. In his Cybele and Attis, M. J. Vermaseren considers whether this is part of the myth of Attis. This link asserts that it is.
But on looking at the text, the account is very dissimilar from any other account. Does anything but the similarity of name tie the two together?