Scientists announce that there is no Nazi-era treasure train buried in Poland

All that glitters is not gold, say Polish scientists, who announced at a press conference yesterday (15 November) that there is no Nazi-era treasure train buried in a railway embankment in Southern Poland.

The scientists presented their findings after months of speculation following a claim made by two amateur treasure hunters in August that they had discovered the train. Piotr Koper and Andreas Richter believe it departed Wrocław in the final days of WWII as Soviet and Allied forces entered Poland but never reached its destination. Continue reading