The search for infamous “Nazi gold train” rumored to be buried beneath mountains in Poland has ended in failure, according to reports.
A treasure-filled train was believed to be hidden in a network of secret Nazi tunnels in the Owl Mountains, close to the town of Walbrzych in south-west Poland, as German soldiers fled from the advancing Soviet Army in 1945.
After diggers started their search last week, today they were forced to admit they had discovered “no train, no tunnel” as what initially appeared on radar images to be a carriage turned out to be a natural rock formation created by underground ice.
Machines were covering over the three pits that cost $37,000 to dig. Read more at News.com.AU.