Polish experts analyzing data gathered from site of alleged Nazi train
In this Nov.10 , 2015 file photo experts with an earth-penetrating radar check the area where, according to two explorers, a secret tunnel is allegedly hiding a World War II Nazi train with armaments and precious minerals, in Walbrzych, southwestern Poland. (AP / Natalia Dobryszycka, file)
WARSAW, Poland -- A Polish mining academy says its experts are analyzing data gathered from a site allegedly hiding a Nazi train, which local lore says is laden with gold.
Spokesman Bartosz Dembinski of the Krakow University of Science and Technology could not confirm to The Associated Press whether the data obtained last week suggested the existence of a train in an underground tunnel in Walbrzych, in southwestern Poland.
The experts used magnetic, gravitation and earth-penetrating equipment to check a railway bank that, according to explorers, is hiding a secret tunnel and a World War II Nazi train. Dembinski said Thursday the findings should be released in mid-December.
Authorities are trying to verify claims by two explorers who say they have located a tunnel with a Nazi train.