Treasure Hunter Searches for Platinum Bars off P-town

Photo/Sub Sea Research LLC

CapeCodOnline: Treasure hunters looking to find billions of dollars in platinum they say was loaded on a World War II cargo ship are getting ready to wrap things up without any sign yet that they have retrieved anything.

Sub Sea Research owner Greg Brooks, based in Portland, Maine, wants to retrieve at least 1 of the platinum bars he claims was onboard the 431’ Port Nicholson when it was sunk by a German sub on June 16, 1942, approximately 50 miles northeast of Provincetown.

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