There’s nothing mightier than luck. When luck favors, you need not travel to the edge of the world with all gears and equipment, you can find a treasure right beneath your feet, like these five miraculously lucky people.
Here are 5 unbelievably lucky people who found real treasures not intentionally but accidentally!
A green suitcase-
In the 1940s, a couple in Ohio bought a house. While cleaning up the house, they came across a small green box in cellar ceiling. Inside the box, there was a newspaper dated March 25, 1951, and 3 wraps of paper, each containing a pack of US dollars, totaling $23,000. However, this wasn’t the all, a week after while the renovation was going on, the man found another box with money inside.
The overall amount was approx. $45,000 including old and rare banknotes.
A spy’s secret store-
A Reddit user found a small door in his cellar, behind which was a code-locked door. After opening it, he found a small room with soundproofing and lots of weird stuff which included- envelopes with inscriptions in different languages, jewelry, banknotes, and a load of strange videotapes.
A chamber of wonders-
Giuseppe Cadili and Valeria Giarusso, a journalist couple purchased an old apartment in Palermo, Italy. During the renovation process, the couple noticed something blue beneath the stucco in of the rooms. The investigations revealed them as silver and golden thread inscriptions in Arabic. Experts claimed it to be a chamber of wonders where magic rituals were performed in the 19th century.
A van Gogh painting
An unknown painting by van Gogh called Sunset at Montmajour had been resting in a Norwegian collector’s attic because someone told him it was a fake. However, 100 years later after his death, the new homeowner took the painting to experts only to find out it was a priceless original painting by van Gogh.
A Fabergé figurine
George and Betty Davis were cleaning their attic in New York in 2013 when they found a small and shabby box with a little figurine inside. Further investigation and experts revealed it to be a miniature of a Cossack commissioned by Russian Czar Nicholas II himself in 1912 for his wife. George and Betty sold it at auction for $5.2 million.
P.S. – I am too going to clean my house up!