There have been several reports of concealed items being found over the years.
This man returned to search for family possessions which his father had hidden before they were forced to leave the country.
His father had taught him how to ind the hidden objects but it wasn’t easy to retrieve them. He wasn’t even certain the objects had endured 70 years of use and abuse.
Thank goodness, the items were located and recovered intact.
Schlattner visited the house where he had spent his formative years, and while there, he searched the attic for a small bit of string that hung from one of the wooden panels. Unfolding shelves revealed a large collection of objects that had been around for many years.
Schlattner worried that they might be damaged because the house’s roof had been repaired many times over the years.
Schlattner’s father buried 70 packages in the attic and used a small hammer to tap the panel boards to reveal the hidden items.
Later, he attempted to locate a thread that was intended to separate the boards according to a system set up by his father because they all made the same sound.
While some of the goods were untied, others were wrapped in brown paper. Hats, clothes hangers, newspapers, drawings, and even skis were among the objects.
In addition, it was revealed that the packages contained sewing kits, books, socks, paper weights, pens, school tables, and unlit cigarettes. Everything has been inspected and found to be in good functioning order.
Because to their significant historical worth, the relics will be maintained in a museum in the Czech town of Usti nad Labem. Okura continued, “The parcels were extremely deftly concealed in the vault of a skylight.
“It was amazing how much could fit in such a little area. The time it took for us to remove everything was over an hour.
Such a finding of buried “German property” in the area is extremely rare, according to the manager of the museum that has examined the artifacts.
Schlattner, however, has conceded that he won’t be able to keep them and has consented to assist in the identification of the items.
“We thought we would one day return, and that [we] would find a property there,” said Schlattner.
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