HITLER LIVES! The Characters ...
Having been kept alive since 1945 by a secretive Thule Society project called Operation Vril, Hitler has digressed into madness and dementia. The addiction to an Alien serum has left him a zombie, imprisoned in a Bunker with no one but hallucinations for company.
With an addiction to the Alien serum to match Hitler, Dr Mengele is on the verge of madness. Immortality is his obsession - equal to that of creating supermen, with the power to travel into space and reach Aldebaran, the homeworld of the Aliens, and the future world of human existence.
Dorff is related to the sub Commander who rescued Hitler and took him to Antarctica. He is a willing adjutant to Dr Mengele, with no morals or empathy. Dorff will follow any order Dr Mengele gives and has a cruel streak a mile long.
Spanner is a simple council worker in the wrong place at the wrong time. What should have been a party with Dorff, girls and booze, leads to all out horror.
Otto Skorzeny is Hitler's most trusted mercenary and willing to risk everything to save the Fuhrer - no matter what the cost. The Italian Alps were no bother to Otto in rescuing Mussolini - thus Hitler has dreams of a similar rescue mission for himself from his own Adelaide prison.
Eva Braun was the mistress of Hitler and escaped Berlin to Antarctica. While at sea, Hitler suffered a heart attack and needing a test subject for his Alien serum, Dr Mengele beheaded and injected Hitler's head. The mysterious disappearance of Eva remains unsolved.
Geli Raubal shot herself in 1931, though some believe she was murdered by her adoring Uncle. What we don’t know for sure was whether Hitler had an obsessive sexual relationship with his 23yr old niece.... which led to her suicide.
Nurse Ingrid is an ambitious young female nurse with an exclusive medical internship in Argentina, for students and volunteers abroad interested in observing an experienced German doctor doing experimental body grafting operations, exclusively with twins.
Virgil proceeds to guide Hitler through the channels on his broken Console Radio Player trying to find Wagner.
Dietrich Eckart was a central figure in the early days of the Nazi Party. Hitler revered the alcoholic playwright more than any other colleague. Eckart developed an ideology of the "superman", based on 'Theozoology' and the writings of Lanz von Liebenfels .
Hermann Goring was a German political and military leader as well as one of the most powerful figures in the Nazi Party that ruled Germany. He was celebrated as a veteran WWI fighter pilot ace, however his dandy image made him a persistent figure of ridicule, even in his own party.
Martin Bormann was regarded as second only to Hitler as a result of the power he gained during WWII. The mysterious discovery of his skeletal body in 1972 with red clay only found in Argentina, all over it, raised many questions...
Joseph Goebbels was Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda. A skilled public speaker, writer, and philosopher, he was also very proficient in using the relatively new mediums of film and radio for spreading propaganda.
Rudolf Hess, as Deputy Fuhrer, was positioned behind only Hermann Goring in the succession hierarchy of the Nazi regime - until 1941, when he mysteriously flew solo to Scotland in an attempt to negotiate peace with the UK.
Winston Churchill lead the UK for most of WWII as Prime Minister of England. His ‘bulldog’ spirit seemed to summarise the mood of the British people even during the bad times, such as Dunkirk and the inspirational victories, such as the Battle of Britain.
Joseph Stalin was a Georgian Soviet Union revolutionary political leader. He governed the Soviet Union as its dictator from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953. Like every nation across the globe, they had their moments of paranoid tyranny under a dictatorial leadership.
During the Weimar Republic in 1930, Berlin was the hub of gay and lesbian life and a thriving entertainment district of sin. Bars, cafes and dance halls were erotic and exciting for those who could afford it. Prostitution was widespread until the Nazi Party 'cleaned up' the streets.