Since the end of the Second World War, there has been an ongoing debate regarding the existence and the location of the infamous ‘Nazi Gold Train.’ The train is believed to have been crammed full of gold, diamonds and gems during the final few days of WWII and buried in an unknown underground tunnel. It is believed the Nazis made the decision in order to protect the plunder from the fast approaching Red Army. Now, over 70 years later, it appears the train may be close to finally being discovered. In August 2015, the police were contacted by a law firm representing two men who claimed to have discovered the location of the famous train. The men (one Polish and one German) claimed to have used ‘ground-penetrating technology’ to locate a 98 metre train, buried around 8-9 metres below the surface. The location is believed to be underneath a disused train line near Walbrzych in south-west Poland. A full search of the area is planned to take place towards the end of 2015, when the mysteries surrounding the ‘Nazi Gold Train’ may finally be unearthed.