posted on May, 23 2003 @ 05:32 PM
Many rumors circulate about Rudolf Hess.
It is known that he was a member of the Thule Society, and was one of the most trusted members of Hitlers inner circle.
In the late 1930s, prior to the war, Hess commanded at least one expedition by the Nazis to "Neu Schwabenland", AKA Antarctica. What they were
looking for, and the general results of thier surveys are not readily known, although it is known that considerable capital and resources were
expended in that expedition, and at last 3 others were made as well.
During his lifetime, Hess was reportedly murdered or assassinated 2 or 3 times, and was reportedly buried at least once prior to his imprisonment in
Numerous rumors abound that the individual incarcerated at Spandau prison was NOT Hess, and that the prisoner there incorrectly identified known
associates of Hess.
It is interesting to note that Hess was the ONLY person in history to be held incommunicado from the rest of the world, jointly by 4 nations.