Graveyard residence

Soldiers Graves

Bunker N205

Fortified Kiev

Iron bunker

Flooded Bunker

Digging in road

Cool six-shooter

Lake Bunker

Appearance of Scooturo

Garbage pit

Enchanted bottle

Sophocles advice


Haunted hills

Ivan Kupala

On Defence Line

Scooturo Casualty

General Vlasov

Digging in marsh


Artillery Bunker

Top relic

Potato Masher

1935 Helmet

Burials of money

Das Reich

Deaths Head ring

Korsun battlefield


Iron Cross

Ukrainian Anarchists

Witches Sabbath
My Trophies

Baby Yar

Luteg beachhead

On defence line

Here, we are in the woods on a defence line.  This is a place where I grew up and where I know the story of each bunker and trench.

Digging is a life time hobby for me and my friends.

Once as a kids we've been digging all day on a garden of someone who told us about gold and treasures hidden there. We dug up all garden and didn't find anything. Later, we figured, they just wanted someone to plough up their garden for free and it wasn't any treasures at all.

We wouldn't be fooled so easily if we had a metal detector. This days, detectors show depth, size of object, it's conductivity and have other functions.

Before we got detectors we used iron rods. One is on the photo. For detecting metal they as helpful as walking stick for a blind and it is good metal detector that gives eyesight.


This bunker hidden in a Serpent's Wall. As well as other underground bunkers, such as flooded bunker and N205 it appeared to be effective. None of them have been taken, soldiers left when ordered to retreat.

On ground bunkers on the other hand could not resist separately for long. They have been built by out of date technology time of WW1. Germans knew how to deal with bunkers because it was their technology.

Bunkers have been destroyed either with antiaircraft guns or with Soviet KV-2 tanks, which Germans seized in first days of war.


This machine gun found on 30cms, this is average depth we dig.


Rare founding, it is from warplane and loaded.

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