Adolf Hitler’s secret family

Published on September 16th, 2009 | by Admin

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Researchers in Belgium claim to have tracked down 39 living relatives of the Nazi dictator using DNA evidence.

Analysing forgotten cigarette butts in a small village in Lower Austria, a used paper napkin in a New York fast food restaurant and the seals of letters sent over 30 years ago from northern France, Marc Vermeeren and Jean-Paul Mulders say they have traced all known living relatives of the Fuehrer for the first time.

As well as three living in America, whose existence has been reported on before, they also claim to have tracked down 36 others who still live in the wooded area of Austria where Hitler was born.

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3 Responses to Adolf Hitler’s secret family

  1. Lisa says:

    Put that in your twitter bio!

  2. blueshifter says:

    I have to say, this story sounds like complete nonsense.

  3. JR says:

    You read it here first in the National Enquirer!

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