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Friday 6 February 2015


On This Day in Weird, February 7...

1979: Deranged Auschwitz doctor and fugitive war criminal Josef Mengele allegedly suffers a stroke and drowns while swimming at the coastal resort of Bertioga, Brazil. This is not the first report of Mengele's demise, and Nazi hunter Simon Weisenthal remains convinced of his survival until 1985, when forensic tests of the Bertioga remains confirm Mengele's identity to "a high degree of probability."

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