The shocking findings, which were discovered in the repair of old houses (Part 2)

The shocking findings, which were discovered in the repair of old houses (Part 2)

The last part, we will tell you about a very interesting and expensive finds, which were found in the homes of some people. Today we want to tell you no less interesting stories that clearly appeal to you heart.

Treasure and tips on how to find more

The shocking findings, which were discovered in the repair of old houses (Part 2)

Have you ever heard of "Treasure Fenn"? It is something of a legend, which was widespread in America. Based on rumors, the famous art dealer named Forrest Fenn hid the gold and jewelry worth more than $ 3 million somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. A lot of people have tried to find it, "Eldorado", but, alas, no one could do it. But one young couple in Arizona believes that they have all the chances to find the sacred place, and all thanks to the fact that they decided to renovate your kitchen. When they first bought this house, it is absolutely no idea that their home can find something strange. In one of the cupboards, they found something like a safe. To access it, it did not take long, because the left side on the metal was scratched 4 digits. When they opened the safe, they were not just surprised and shocked to the core. Inside, there were 50 000 dollars and a bottle of bourbon 1960. But this is not all the treasures. In addition to money and alcohol, the couple found a few collection of documents, which described where the famous treasures hidden Fenn. Who knows, maybe this pair will be the owner of a $ 3 million?

It is the secret Nazi documents found in a residential apartment

The shocking findings, which were discovered in the repair of old houses (Part 2)

A couple from Hungary was amazed to have discovered secret documents that were literally walled up in the walls of their apartment. A total of 6,000 documents from the Nazi Third Reich was found. The documents contained detailed information about the Holocaust, the Jews and the houses where they lived presumably. All this information was collected for all they were later moved to the ghetto in Budapest. Scientists love this new understanding of the past, as such documents are rare. Most of them were destroyed by the Nazis, when it became obvious that they fall into enemy hands. But the one who was responsible for these securities, they decided to hide in the walls, and not destroy them. The census was carried out two months before the Nazi occupation of Hungary. According to official figures, 600,000 Hungarian Jews were killed during the Holocaust.

Hand grenade found in the house

The shocking findings, which were discovered in the repair of old houses (Part 2)

Of all the things that you obviously do not want to find in the repair of your home, the first place is likely to take a hand grenade. But this is exactly what the mom and son found when clearing the grandmother's house. The incident took place in Sydney, Australia, and to defuse a very terrible discovery, the military were called. It later emerged that the grenades did not fuse, suggesting that it was perfectly safe. The house belonged to 91-year-old woman whose husband, now deceased, was a soldier during World War II. The grenade was still with the key when she was found, so the whole area around the house of an elderly woman was cordoned off and evacuated by the police, while the Australian military neutralizes it.

The whole mosque in the house

The shocking findings, which were discovered in the repair of old houses (Part 2)

If you thought that finding a hand grenade was strange, wait, you have not read about it. This incredible incident took place in Palermo, Italy. The owners of apartments do some repairs, and they decided to knock down one of the walls to make the room more. But when they knocked the wall, they found something strange, namely the wet plaster. They realized that, apparently, something is flowing, and began to clean the place, to see what happened. To their surprise, they found the Arabic inscriptions on the wall. They looked over the wall and realized that the Arabic letters in a stunning gold and silver were on all four walls. expert historian was called, and he told them that the room was once a mosque since the Crusades. A pair of fully excavated mosque and decided to save it as is. Out of respect, they put in the room, only one bed, and never served alcoholic beverages when they are inside.