German WWII ‘Ghost’ Train Filled with Gold Found in Poland?

Various media websites are reporting that two individuals (one Polish and one German) may have found a ‘long forgotten’ German train from World War II that was filled with gold; gems and guns. Rumors go the train is 150 m (495 ft.) long and may contain up to 300 tons of gold. It’s said its located in a tunnel under the mountains, that collapsed.

The train is believed to have gone missing in 1945, trying to hide the treasure from the advancing Soviet Red Army in what is now the Polish city of Wroclaw (Breslau).

A law firm in south-west Poland says it has been contacted by two men who have discovered the armoured train. They are demanding 10% ‘finders fee’ of the value of the train’s contents.

“Lawyers, the army, the police and the fire brigade are dealing with this,” Marika Tokarska, an official at the Walbrzych district council. “The area has never been excavated before and we don’t know what we might find.”

“In the region we actually two gold train stories,” Joanna Lamparska, a local historian, told Radio Wroclaw. “One is supposed to be under a mountain and the other somewhere around Walbrzych. But no one has ever seen documentary evidence confirming the existence of such trains.”

3 thoughts on “German WWII ‘Ghost’ Train Filled with Gold Found in Poland?”

    1. Sure. It is about finders fee. According to polish law when you find something you can demand 10% of value as a reward for finding this. But this will be a special case.

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