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Karl Mays Cave
Germany

After Karl May was released from prison, his mental illness was not yet cured. Again he disguised himself as a police who arrest people on charge of circulating counterfeit money, or becoming a secret agent and an employee of a law firm. He also committed various crime, such as stealling billiard ball, horse, even carrying loot in a baby carriage. When he was about to be arrested, he escaped to Bohemia, which at the time was a part of Austrian Empire (now it is a part of Czech Republic). It was said that he hid in an ex-mining cave. This cave now becomes tourism object which is known Karl May's Cave. On July 1869, he was rearested and put in Waldheim prison for four years.

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