(Yahoo) A second radar image purportedly showing the rumored World War II-era Nazi ghost train was published earlier this week by Polish newspaper Gazeta Wroclawska.
The ground-penetrating image appears to show a row of tanks, which supports initial reports that the train was of "military nature."
Amid claims that the train's existence was a hoax, the two men who said they found the train in Poland identifed themselves last week as Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper on TVP.INFO and read a prepared statement, the Associated Press reports.
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"As the finders of a World War II armored train, we, Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper, declare that we have legally informed state authorities about the find and have precisely indicated the location in the presence of Walbrzych authorities and the police," Koper said, according to the Associated Press.
"We have irrefutable proof of its existence," he added.