Adolf Hitler Survived WW2 & Secretly Lived in Argentina ! ( New Evidence ! )
Published on Dec 20, 2015
Stunning new evidence that Adolf Hitler & Eva Braun Hitler survived WW2 and live out the rest of their years in Argentina. Adolf Hitler didn’t commit suicide in a Berlin bunker in 1945. He escaped to South America, Married Eva Braun, with whom he had two daughters and lived to the age of 73 or 95. In his new life Hitler assumed the name Adolf Leipzig. Hitler chose the surname of Leipzig because it was the birthplace of Hitler’s favorite composer, Bach. He was known to the 12,000 locals in Nossa Senhora do Livramento, however, simply as, “the Old German.”
This was shared by my friend Abel Basti, who, you should know, knows about this stuff like no other. Years of on-the-scene research is the culprit. He and his team were, in, fact, the very folks who found the lady featured in this video.
Through her we also found out that the notorious ODESSA is still alive, kicking and obviously still quite serious about things.
As I understand it, the latest evidence is pointing to the happy couple (and entourage?) retiring to Paraguay at the end (to avoid the then newly accelerating arrival of tourists to the area), where at least the gentleman passed and I imagine the lady also stayed till the end, too.
I often mean to write about this subject since I have so much and have invested much thought into it and there are actually even a couple of drafts awaiting… sigh.
But now that life is becoming more fabulous by the minute, maybe I will be able to!
ETA: 8/28/2017 LOL that didn’t work out so well.
But now in August 2017 I see in a Daily Mail UK article from 25 January 2014 called New book claims THIS picture proves Hitler escaped his Berlin bunker and died in South America in 1984 aged 95 about a book titled Hitler In Brazil – His Life and His Death, by Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias which proves to my satisfaction that Adi lived in this town!
Hitler’s cold weather gear.
The Führer’s final resting place.