Secret Nazi Camp Found in Argentine Jungle
Welcome to the jungle. Argentinian researchers say they have found a camp used by Nazis escaping Germany after World War II, deep in the heart of the jungle along the Argentina-Paraguay border. Among the ruins, researchers found German coins, pottery and even Nazi symbols, all but confirming speculation that the site was a hideout for former Nazis. The researchers say they hope the discovery will help shed further light on the mysterious fates of many prominent German war criminals, who escaped prosecution for decades.