Hitler didn't die in bunker; lived till 95 with Brazilian lover, claims report
Conspiracy theorists have long argued that Hitler had fled to South America.
London: World's most evil dictator Adolf Hitler did not die in a bunker as earlier believed but he went on to live up to the ripe age of 95 at a small town in Brazil with his black girlfriend, claims a report.
Adolf Hitler fled to Paraguay, via Argentina, before settling down in the Brazilian town of Mato Grosso, skynews.com reported quoting the book “Hitler in Brazil - His Life and His Death” by Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias.
To prove his point, Dias even used a photo of the dictator in his book that shows Hitler with his black girlfriend Cutinga. The photo was reportedly taken two years before his death in 1984.
Hitler had used the assumed name of Adolf Leipzig in Brazil and he was known among the locals as “the old German”, the report claimed.
Citing Dias, the report claimed that Hitler was in the area to hunt for a buried treasure using a map given to him by friends in the Vatican.
Dias rejected the theory that Hitler shot himself in his Berlin bunker on April 30 1945. She has demanded that Leipzig's remains be exhumed for a DNA test.
The report said that Dias' suspicions about Adolf Leipzig grew after she photoshopped a moustache onto the grainy picture she obtained of him and compared it to photos of the Nazi leader.
Conspiracy theorists have long argued that Hitler had fled to South America. Academics in Brazil have rubbished the theory that Hitler lived and died in the country even as the mystery over his death continued.