Stubborn rumours of lost Nazi gold draw treasure hunters to the Alps

Whoever broke into the Bavarian barn was persistent, at least, even if they didn't know their history.The barn, in the village of Pfronten, was broken into several times within a few weeks by people hunting for hidden Nazi gold."They moved all the stuff to the side, tore up the floor and started digging," says Hubert Haf. "They just found rocks though. The barn was only built in 1975."Haf, 82, has spent his whole life in Pfronten, which borders with Austria, and ran a grocery shop there for 30 years. The town gets plenty of tourists keen to visit the ruins of Falkenstein Castle - as well as hu...


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