from Sunday Herald, 16 June 2002
More than half a century ago, Britain dumped over 100,000 tonnes of the Nazi's deadly chemical weapons in the sea. Now they are coming back to haunt us.
Scientists fear millions of ancient shells and bombs resting on the short stretch of seabed between Denmark and Norway have begun to leak their lethal payload. Danish fishermen have been injured, Norway has launched an investigation and coastal authorities are worried a "historic time bomb" could be about to explode.