Groups of Bergen Belsen prisoners were beginning to be evacuated starting April 6, 1945, most of the 8000 evacuees had departed earlier. The first group was taken to the concentration camp of Theresienstadt, or Terezin, in Czechoslovakia, The second group was moved back and forth across north central Germany and settled in Magedeburg. However, the last group still seems to be awaiting their fate. Several large train box cars have been sighted waiting near camp Bergen Belsen. The train contains about 2,500 prisoners. Some of the bolder prisoners have ventured out of the train and have been collecting rutabaga type vegetables for food and some prisoners even started to bathe in nearby streams. Around early evening prisoners were seen setting up camps and making fires. Many of the train’s prisoners are exhibiting signs of typhus such as high fever, purple red rash, headache, and delirium and many more have already died from this terrible disease. In fact this train is known to the community as “The Death Train”. Though the end of the war appears near, Marion Blumenthal, who is suffering from a severe burn on her leg, says that she is very worried about what is going to happen next. She says that her family just can’t give in and has to keep fighting. Marion shows her three matching pebbles what she calls her perfect pebbles each pebble represents one of her family members. Hopefully Marion can find her fourth perfect pebble.