Soviet Missile Silo Stuffed Full Of Cash

April 21st, 2006 | researchmaterial

A team of thieves that broke into an abandoned missile silo not far from the Russian city of Kostroma in search of nonferrous metals was shocked to find the shaft packed with Soviet money bills, Regnum news agency reported on Tuesday.

The incident would have remained secret, had the wind not blown hundreds of banknotes all over the countryside.

Four men from Nizhny Novgorod found the silo that had had missiles dismantled and put on maintenance decades ago in accordance with the Soviet disarmament program. They targeted the metals inside and said they had had no idea about the money hidden in the shaft. The men opened up the silo, neglecting the possible danger of ripping open a high radiation and toxins level enclosure…


3 Responses to “Soviet Missile Silo Stuffed Full Of Cash”

  1. Why did the cold war have to end so goddamn soon….

  2. In a way, stufing a missile silo full of cash is quite ironic.
    It would actually be a much sounder policy than to spend the money on actual missiles, besides, you can take the money out again.

  3. Uhhh…that’s a picture of a submarine isn’t it?????