The search for the Nazi "golden" train in Poland ended in vain

Andrzej Gaik, spokesman for a group of researchers searching for a "golden" train, allegedly hidden by the Nazis at the end of World War II in the southwestern part of the Polish town of Walbrzych, officially declared: "There is no train, no tunnel."

As already reported, last week the researchers, using the encouraging data from the ground penetrating radar, armed themselves with special heavy equipment and began the decisive phase of the search. The excavation cost them 140, 000 zlotys ($ 37, 000), but the legendary train was never found.

Nevertheless, the researchers intend to continue searching with the help of probes in September. Andrzej Hajek is convinced: "Hope dies last."