There is a very small village nestled in the mountains of Belgium called Chatillon. Hidden in the surrounding forest is a car graveyard full of abandoned and beautiful rusty cars. These cars are said to have belonged to American soldiers who were stationed in the area many years ago. It is not known how they acquired all of these beautiful cars in the middle of a time of war. When WWII ended the troops were sent home to the United States but the cost of shipping all these vehicles home was far too expensive. The ranking officers decided to leave the vehicles in Belgium so they drove them one by one up a mountain hill to be hidden from the rest of the world amongst the trees. Once home the soldiers had to personally pay to retrieve the cars and not a single one was claimed after the war. Over time corrosion and decay have taken over the cars making them part of their surroundings. Car collectors and locals have stripped the cars of anything of value and now they sit slowly being consumed by the forest.
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