Czech Family Discovers Hidden Room in Attic Containing Decades-Old Mystery

Rudi Schlattner and his family fled Czechoslovakia after WWII leaving everything behind. Rudy recently returned to his home country, now well in his 80s, for the very first time. The first thing he wanted to do was to visit his childhood home. The home had changed hands multiple times since he had left, but now, it was being used as a kindergarten.

Rudi didn’t want to go back for a dose of nostalgia, however, his visit, rather, had other implications. He was determined to find something he thought his father had left behind, hidden somewhere inside the house…

Heading Back Home

The photo above shows the childhood home of Rudi Schlattner in Czechoslovakia, the very home they fled from during WWII. While it was now functioning as a kindergarten, Rudi was determined to go back inside and look for something he believed his father hid there decades ago…


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