Nazi gold train found?: Nazi Gold Train Found
Published: August 20, 2015
Nazi gold train found?: Nazi Gold Train Found, Could two treasure hunters have found a legendary Nazi train packed with gold that vanished 70 years ago? It’s a question authorities in Poland’s mountainous southwestern Walbrzych district are taking seriously.
The train reputedly went missing in 1945 at the end of World War II, when the Soviet Red Army was closing in on the forces of Nazi Germany.
As legend has it, it left Wroclaw, then part of Germany and known as Breslau, for Walbrzych, but it never reached its destination.
Now two people, a German and a Pole, say they have found a 150-meter (492-foot) train that they claim contains Nazi treasure that could be worth “well over a million dollars,” said Marika Tokarska, an official at the Walbrzych district council.
Through a local law firm, they contacted the Walbrzych district council with news of their find a week ago.
However, they won’t reveal the location of the train until they are given a guarantee that they will be awarded 10% of the value of the treasure inside, she told CNN.
One of the two has a background in excavation projects and has equipment that can detect objects beneath the surface of the Earth, Tokarska said.
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