german_angel (german_angel) wrote in mengele_friends,
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Mengele sightings

Someone posted it on the forum, I copy it here cause it's interesting.

JOSEPH MENGELE SIGHTINGS
from http://my.dmci.net/~casey/JosephMengele

1949
Argentina on the North King Flees from Europe via boat

1951
Paraquay

1952
Buenos Aires Introduced to Eichman
New York City Survivor Contact in July
Aberdeen Proving Grounds Survivor Contact in November

1953
Buenos Aires Worked in Lab under alias of Dr. Gregor

1954
Florida Survivor Contact
Paraguay --Met Alejandro von Ecstein
Olivos --Winter he moved to a house at 1875 Calle Sarmiento

1955
Argentina Applied for Passport in April
Argentina Given Good Conduct Pass on Sept. 1
Argentina Argentine Court Issues a 120 day passport
Nashville, TN Survivor Contact
Clarksville,TN Survivor Contact Fort Cambell

1956
Switzerland Mengele flys to Switzerland 2 hr. stopover in New York

1957
Santiago,Chile-Feb. Business Trip meets Walter Rauffe who was an SS Colonel who
developed the mobile gas vans that killed 97,000 people
Raven Rock/Camp David and Walter Reed Survivor Contact
Adirondack Mtns Survivor Contact

1958
Montevdeo, Uraquay July married Martha
Buenos Aires August returns to 970 Virrey Vertiz, Olivios Suburb bordered on the
back of Peron's former palatial home
Fadro Farm KGSA in Buenos Aires Arrested under alias Dr. Gregor for practicing without a license in a
back street abortion clinic where girl dies
Asuncion, Paraquay September stays at boarding house called Astra on 90 day visa

1959
Buenos, Aires Father dies in March, sells shares of Fadro Farm returns to Argentina
Argentina May flees to Alto Parana, known as Nueva Bavaria lodges with diehard

Paraquay Nazi Alban Krug in Hohenau, 40 miles north of Encarnacion. He also travels to Filadelfia, Rosario, San Bernardion & Villarrica

Canada Survivor Contact, used alias Father Joseph

1960
Brazil Decides capture inevitable, leaves for Sau Palo
Montreal , CA Survivor Contact
Detroit, MI Survivor Contact
Kansas City Survivor Contact
Canada Survivor Contact used alias Father Joseph

1961
Canada Survivor Contact used alias Father Joseph
Egypt Escaped Israeli Agents while preparing to go to Crete

1962
Brazil Serra Negro 93 miles north of Sau Paulo with Stammers' and buys a
farm called Santa Luzia
Returns to Paraquay
Viet Nam Survivor Contact on ship Hope
Kitchener in Ontario, CA Rabbi sites suspicious man using name Joseph Menke
Canada Survivor Contact used alias Father Joseph
Upper Parana July Paraquay receives extradition request and he moves and assumes
name of Dr. Fritz Fischer

1963
Walter Reed Survivor Contact
New Mexico Survivor Contact, Albuqerque
Milan, Italy Xmas Eve meets son in Italy, using Alias Dr. Gregor Gregory

1964
Russia Survivor Contact
New York Survivor Contact
Detroit, MI Survivor Contact

1965
Monaca, PA Survivor Contact
Mt. Hood, Oregon Survivor Contact
Upper Penn., MI Survivor Contact

1966
Hohenau, Parauay Tirol Hotel, #12

1968
Maine Survivor Contact
Cleveland Survivor Contact

1969
Sao Paulo alias Peter Hochbichler

1970
Sao Paulo Mengele considers offer from Klaus Barbie to move to Bolivia, but declines

1971
obtains identity card which allows him to travel country without suspicion living under alias Wolfgang Gerhard

1972
CIA reports Mengele using the name Dr. Henrique Wollman, and he might be involved in drug dealing drug dealing

1975
5555 Alveranga Road in Sao Paulo living under alias Don Pedro

1978
Life Magazine claimed Mengele lived in private house on Haines Road 30 miles north of New York

1979
Mengele reported dead, February 17, 1979 Reported Drowned

Greencastle Indiana Mengele Family buys 400 acres of farmland in December

29-Aug-79 Assistant U.S. Attorney in Miami, Fla, Jerry Sanford receives word from FBI
that Mengele will be at the airport and flying in from Asuncion on board
Braniff Flight 974. One hour later call comes from Washington saying
Mengele had been tipped off.
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