http://www.cnn.com/2008/CRIME/07/28/buried.millions.ap/index.html WASHINGTON (AP) -- The businessman arrived at the Treasury Department carrying a suitcase stuffed with about $5.2 million in petrified, nearly unrecognizable bills. He asked to swap it for a cashier's check. <!--startclickprintexclude--><!-- PURGE: /2008/CRIME/07/28/buried.millions.ap/art.damaged.money.ap.jpg --><!-- KEEP --><!----><!--===========IMAGE============--><!--===========/IMAGE===========--><!--===========CAPTION==========-->The money brought in by Franz Felhaber was nearly unrecognizable, like the water damaged money here. <!-- /PURGE: /2008/CRIME/07/28/buried.millions.ap/art.damaged.money.ap.jpg --><!--endclickprintexclude-->Money like this normally arrives after a bank burns or a vault floods. It doesn't just show up at the visitor's entrance on a Tuesday morning. But Franz Felhaber's banking habits had stopped making sense to the government long ago. This story is really strange, and a little confusing. But apparently over the years Mr Felhaber and his family have been trying to turn in portions of this damaged money for clean bills- apparently they may have as much as 20 million stashed away somewhere. Nobody knows where they got it, or where it came from. First it was 'inheritance' money, then found with a 'treasure map'??? I think he has no story now, he's stopped talking. I wish I could find $20 million with a treasure map- anyone want to draw me one (w/real money at the end please)?