Canary Islands villa rumoured to be 'clinic where Hitler had plastic surgery'

An eerie villa in the Canary Islands is said to have once been a secret clinic where, according to legend, Adolf Hitler underwent a facial reconstruction.

In the Casa Winter on Fuerteventura, Nazis, including Adolf Hitler, are said to have undergone an operation at the end of World War II.

Other criminals, including Martin Bormann and Josef Mengele, are bizarrely also said to have undergone plastic surgery in the villa. the sun reports.

Legend has it that they then faked their deaths and were abducted to South America while avoiding their war crimes.

Hitler died when he shot himself in 1945 when allies banded around him, but rumors that he got away unharmed lingered for decades.

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The current resident of Villa Pedro Fumero told the creators of yesterday’s show ‘ Secret Nazi bases ‘A white-tiled room could have been an operating room.

Many of the rooms have no windows.

One has a tunnel-like space that runs the length of the property with just a small window at one end.

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Fumero said, “The house has a bunker, prison cells, an autopsy table, and crematorium-style ovens.

“The walls are so thick they are strong enough to withstand an impact.”

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There is also said to be a solid basement with walls that are more than two meters thick.

The property was built by German engineer Gustav Winter, who denied the dark claims about the villa until his death.

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