I have just watched a TV show, on the American Hitler Channel (AHC), entitled “Hitler’s Zombie Army”.
I am not making this up; you can watch this show on demand on AHC until 1/31/2017. Better hurry, or you will miss it.
I must admit that I might have missed some of the Zombie footage, when I got up to make a sandwich.
I thought that with all the anti-impotence drugs advertised in the frequent commercials, I would be able to get back before the show started again. I was able to quickly pull up some Nazi Zombie pictures off the net, but these photos were not used in the show.
The show talks a lot about Karl Maria Wiligut who you can read about on Wikipedia by clicking here:
I noticed that many of the photos on the show looked exactly like my photos of the Wewelsburg castle on my website:
On my visit to the Castle, I took numerous photos, in spite of the signs that warned against taking photos there. The first sign that warned against taking photos was just before you reach the entrance. A guard who was standing there told me not to take any photos. He said that if I wanted photos of the Castle, I could buy them in the gift shop later.
In spite of all these warnings, I took numerous photos. My camera just kept going off because I was holding my camera by the flashgun which was equipped with a solenoid button. That’s the way that newspaper photographers do it.
The show featured the General’s Hall, which you can see on this page of my website: http://www.scrapbookpages.com/WewelsburgCastle/SSGeneralsHall.html
I even took photos of the crypt where Nazi Generals were buried. This was strictly forbidden, but I did it anyway.
You can see photos of the crypt on my website at http://www.scrapbookpages.com/WewelsburgCastle/Vault2.html
When I left the Wewelsburg Castle, there was a man standing at the exit. He was interviewing tourists to see how much they had learned on their visit.
I was able to answer all the questions, from the Jewish point of view, so I passed the test with flying colors, and I didn’t get arrested.