Poland: Please stop looking for that ghost Nazi train rumored to be full of gold
Poland appealed to World War Two buffs and rail enthusiasts on Thursday to stop searching for a Nazi German train believed to have lain undiscovered for 70 years in the southwest of the country and rumored to carry valuable treasures.Authorities say they believe they have located the train in the county of Walbrzych, tipped off by a German and a Pole who said through lawyers last week that they had found it and expected 10 percent of the value of the findings as a reward.Advertisement
The culture ministry said "foragers" had since become active in the area and urged them to stop, saying they risked harming themselves.
"I'm certain the train exists, but it might contain dangerous materials from World War Two," said Piotr Zuchowski, the head of national heritage at the ministry."This is an appeal for any further investigations to be put on hold until we have finished the necessary official procedures relating to securing the site."
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