Under The Streets of Nice
In 1976, Albert Spaggiari robbed a bank in Nice by digging a tunnel from the city sewer system into the bank. He and his gang cleared out $8-10 million in gold, jewelry, gems and cash reserves. Spaggieri, after escaping from the French police, retired to a ranch in Argentina. In 1989, Spaggiari again made the international headlines when he died mysteriously, never revealing the location of the loot. Follett and Maurice deliver the breathtakingly compelling story of Spaggiari and the most outrageous theft of the century. 4 cassettes.
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