Thursday, May 17, 2012
The Nazi Survival...and a Serial Killer
Whitley Strieber and Peter Levenda go deeper in this discussion of just what the Nazis who escaped from Germany after World War II did. Peter tells the chilling story of how he penetrated the secret Nazi enclave in Chile known as Colonia Dignidad, but could get no official acknowledgement of its existence either from the regime of Chilean Dictator Augusto Pinochet or from the US Government, nor any media coverage. Only after the fall of Pinochet did things change--in some very surprising ways. They also discuss what is perhaps the strangest of all 'Hitler Stories'--what the legend of his survival might have had to do with a young American serial killer, who was executed in 2010. This is a true look behind the scenes of reality.
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