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SHARKHUNTERS International
2016 "Hitler in Argentina
     Expedition

Tunnels?  Bunkers?  Hidden trap doors?  Come along.

Almost every day Sharkhunters President
HARRY  COOPER 1-LIFE-1983 finds something or someone more amazing than the previous.  This day was awesome!

 
     
 
     

What a magnificent hotel, right?  It is a very large facility with many rooms and built a long time ago.  It is puzzling however, that this large hotel is in a very remote village - actually outside the little village, in the middle of nowhere.  If you look closely at these photos as we saw the place itself, it will become apparent that there are no guests staying there.  We saw no sign of anyone except the lady who owned the hotel and her daughter.

Prior to 1976 when the lady's father bought the place, it was a convent run by the Catholic Church.  Maybe that explains why it is so far removed from any traces of civilization......and of course, the Catholic Church would never help anyone escaping from the crumbled Third Reich - would they?

Damn right they would - and as we know, they did.

 

 

 

If you are in the correct room and if you know the secret, you slide the big overstuffed white sofa and footstool out of the way, fold up the carpet - and look what you find!

In the photo left we are standing on the main level looking down the steps into the bunker.

In the photo right we are already down the first set of steps and going into the main rooms in this small bunker system.  This is a well planned and well constructed set of bunkers and tunnels......excellent planning.

     But why?  Why do you think?????

 


This is a small system and now used by the hotel for wine and beer storage, but what was it used for before these people bought it in 1976  Why was it built outside a little village in the middle of nowhere?  What was it used for prior to 1976?  Why does it appear that there are no guests and if we look closely, it does not appear as if they have had guests here for some time.

 
     
 

We are about thirty feet underground here and looking at the decorations on the walls, it is obvious that all this artwork is fairly new.  Doubtful it was on the walls very long ago.  Naturally, the lady who owns the hotel, who inherited it from her father, has the same problem as Sergeant Schultz - she sees nothing, she hears nothing, and she knows nothing.  Maybe this is true that she does not know the history of the hotel as she is in her early '50s and they only bought the hotel in 1976, more than three decades after the end of World War Two.  It is unlikely that she is ignorant of the entire history of the place but.....

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