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This reminds me. When I lived at Dunwich in the 50s and early 60s we found on more than one occaission highly suspect items washed up on the beach which we marked and advised the police about. We also heard on many occaissions loud bangs which the locals usually reckoned were controlled explosions of ww2 mines or other bombs on the beach.

Anyone know if this is still happening

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