A safe is a secure lockable box used for securing valuable objects against theft and/or damage from fire. A safe is usually a hollow cuboid or cylinder, with one face being removable or hinged to form a door. The body and door may be cast from metal or formed out of plastic through blow molding.
Safe cracking is opening a safe without a combination or key. There are many methods to safe cracking ranging from brute force methods to guessing the combination.
The easiest method that can be used on many safes is “safe bouncing”, which involves hitting the safe on top; this may cause the locking pin to budge, opening the safe.
When it comes to the value of old things, nothing is what it seems. In this case, an old safe that was going to be used as scrap metal turned out to be a gold mine…literally!
After 20 hours of working to pry it open – including drilling through six inches of concrete – David Mollick found the safe to be packed with gold and silver coins!
After discovering the gold and silver coins inside of the sage, David Mollick notified the police and the executer of the estate that the safe came from. The executer staked a claim on the coins. However, the man that cracked the safe was able to learn that there was $2.5 million in gold coins contained inside of the safe.
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