DEUTSCHKATHARINENBERG, Germany (AP) — There's something big and metallic 60 feet below the ground in this tiny town near the Czech border.
Whether it's the fabled Russian Amber Room, gold or even scrap metal isn't known. But treasure hunter Christian Hanisch hopes to snake a camera into an underground cavern to prove he has discovered Nazi plunder buried in the final weeks of World War II.
"I am sure that there is gold or silver down there," said Hanisch, who hopes to begin drilling as early as next week. . . .
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