Armed with recently declassified FBI documents, Bob Baer and John Cencich begin an investigation into what happened to Adolf Hitler at the end of WWII.
The team explore a mysterious complex deep in the jungles of Argentina, that yields Nazi artifacts, and a former U.S. Marshall investigates if Hitler could have faked his death.
The team explores how Hitler could have escaped Berlin, including an escape route from his bunker to an airport where Nazi airplanes departed and a report that he traveled by U-boat to Argentina.
The team travels to Germany, Spain, and Argentina to discover Hitler’s private plane, German U-boats that may have traveled to South America and if dictator Francisco Franco helped Hitler escape.
The team explores a remote Spanish monastery that may have been a Nazi hiding place, a possible sunken German U-boat near Argentina and tunnels possibly used by the Nazis on the Canary Islands.
The manhunt for Adolf Hitler leads the team to a Nazi compound in the Canary Islands, and to mysterious mansion in a German town in Argentina that could have housed Hitler.
The team uncovers an Argentinian hotel operated by a close confidant of the Fuhrer and travel to a small town in Brazil where FBI files report an alleged sighting of Eva Braun and Adolf Hitler.