Nazi gold train: Discovery made in the hills of Poland
By Adam Pike, News Editor
27 Aug 2015
Two treasure hunters claim they have discovered a long lost Nazi train. According to folk law the train is carrying Nazi gold stolen from prisoners during the Second World War. Zygmunt Nowaczych, the cities deputy Major, told reporters that lawyers representing the two treasure hunters have confirmed the train is located somewhere in the mountains surrounding the city.
The two men who claim to have found the train said they will only reveal the train’s located if they are guaranteed 10% of its value.
The Nazis built a number of underground tunnels during World War II to protect military hardware from allied bombing. According to locals a German military train went missing in 1945 at the same time the Soviet Army advanced towards Berlin.
Until the train’s location is revealed the mystery will remain.