I write about this subject a lot, I know. But it fascinates me that so much deadly ordnance from World War Two is still found all over Europe along with unexploded ordnance from World War One. This, however, is the most unusual story I have read.
From the Scotsman of Tuesday 13 November 2012:
Cosimo D’Amato, 57, was held on the basis of testimony from turncoat Palermo mob boss Gaspare Spatuzza, who told investigators he had helped collect the explosives at a port near Sicily’s capital in 1992.