LONDON — When two men claimed to have found a mysterious train filled with Nazi gold last fall in Poland, it all seemed too spectacular to be true. Skepticism of the alleged finding quickly overtook the initial enthusiasm.
This week, we may finally find out whether the Nazi train has indeed been found.
One year after claiming to have traced it, a team of 35 researchers that includes Piotr Koper and Andreas Richter will start digging for it Tuesday morning. A report they worked on found that soil anomalies could hint at the train’s existence, but another study — by the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland — found no evidence for that. The latter study, though, concluded that a tunnel may be at the location where Koper and Richter will now put their theory to the test.
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