Meckleburg PA - Hitler's alleged suicide in WWII has been challenged by recent evidence that he lived until 2002 in the small village of Meckleburg as a practicing veterinarian. Villagers say he openly practiced his craft after mysteriously arriving here after the war and declaring that he was a veteran aryan.
Long time resident Menno Abrahams remembers how Hitler came to live in the village.
"Yar, we were short a vet at the time so we took him in. He looked a bit different and had an accent, not too much different from most here at da time tho. First we questioned his ways, shouting at der cows till de spit jumped from his mouth, but when he talked about de final solution we figured his animal schooling was what we needed. It must have been good medicine dat final solution cause it seemed to work. Wit time da animals always got better."
"He was good wit der skool kids too, yar, he helped out with the high school marching band and by gum he sure made them listen. He took them under his wing and called them his "Youth" he did. Took Meckleburg to three Rose Bowls by jimminy!"
"We figure he was related to the Hitler family down the road in Hanover. Good athletes that family, baseball it was. Good hitters. They had a good eye. Their oldest Uwe made it to the majors for a while. Once he come back home da boys at the feed lot called him "the designated Hitler".