Hunting Hitler

Now three years into the investigation, CIA veteran BobBaer looks for the final piece of the puzzle to determine the true fate of Adolf Hitler. To zero in on Hitlers escape route, Bob implements the man-hunting strategy that intelligence agencies across the globe use to find and capture high-value targets: Asset Mapping. The team will investigate Hitler’s network of top associates, analysing the roles they played in his potential escape. This is exactly how the CIA found Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden. Bob has recruited a new asset specifically for this approach: former Terrorist Targeting Officer, Nada Bakos. Together, Bob and Nada deploy a team in the field that includes US Army Special Forces Sgt Tim Kennedy, veteran investigative journalist Gerrard Williams, Airborne Ranger and Special Forces Operator Mike Simpson, and World War II historian James Holland.

An FBI cold case, kept secret for over 70 years sends an international team of world renown investigators on the ultimate manhunt in search of justice and to finally answer the question: Did Adolf Hitler survive WWII? In early 2014, the FBI declassified hundreds of pages of top secret documents proving that top officials in the U.S. Government not only believed that Hitler escaped Germany, but were also secretly spending millions of dollars trying to track him down. A memo from J. Edgar Hoover himself states: "American Army officials in Germany have not located Hitler's body nor is there any reliable source that will say definitely that Hitler is dead." With these newly released FBI files as their guide, the team will approach this investigation in the hopes of solving the mystery surrounding the demise of one of the biggest criminals of all time. Whether they are investigating a mysterious Nazi lair deep in the Argentinian jungle or diving for evidence of a missing U-Boat that could of shuttled Hitler to South America, our team will focus on the tried and tested tactics for solving a fraudulent death case: follow the money, where was the subject last seen, eyewitness reports, make contact with known associates, and forensics. Armed with new clues and cutting edge technology, this crack team of investigators will uncover what Hitler's movements could have been after the fall of the Nazi Empire.