Pablo Escobar's nephew finds $ 18 million in his uncle's hideout
The Red Mass Noticias news network reported that the late Colombian drug magnate's nephew Pablo Escobar discovered one of his hideouts, which contained $ 18 million.
Nicolas Escobar told the network that the hideout was inside his home, which he had lived in for several years, in Medellin, the city where Pablo Escobar is based.
His nephew added that he saw a vision indicating that there was something in a certain part of the house, and that he then discovered a cache containing a foul-smelling plastic bag.
According to the report, the old banknotes were in so poor condition that they were no longer usable.
Also found in the cache was a block of gold, radios, tape recorders, a typewriter, a pen, and a camera, and the film inside had not been developed.
Rumors about Pablo Escobar's hideouts still circulate in Medellin.
Nicolas Escobar, who has expressed pride in his kinship with the leader of the cocaine trade, said he found several.
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