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  Reply # 784696 20-Mar-2013 20:10
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I remember seeing this on Reddit, absolutely no idea it was in NZ though, probably should read it properly haha. Thought someone here might have the answer finally! Gah, I wanna know!




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it will probably be this, anyone remember , it was a huge event

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mystery_of_Al_Capone%27s_Vaults

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 784738 20-Mar-2013 22:22
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...or a horses head

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  Reply # 784758 20-Mar-2013 23:10
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I'm secretly hoping there will be another safe inside it too though, like, just to mess with everyone.




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  Reply # 784784 21-Mar-2013 07:40
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vexxxboy: it will probably be this, anyone remember , it was a huge event

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mystery_of_Al_Capone%27s_Vaults

I'm expecting road maps.


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