Mysteryquest, the History Channel's replacement for UFO hunters, took the challenge of finding clues of's death. There has been speculation that he escaped to South America, notably Argentina.
Witnesses have said they had seen him around other parts of Germany. Regardles of the stories, there is no tangible evidence of a corpse belonging to Hitler.
Hitler was known to have used a body double, especially after the attempt on his life in the Valkyrie conspiracy. When the Soviets found when they arrived in Berlin was a corpse of a man looking like Hitler, but in all accounts, it was his body double. As well, the man was apparently two inches shorter than Adolf Hitler.
In the Russian archive, there is a divan with blood stains and a piece of human skull with a bullet hole in it. MysteryQuest sent an American archeologist to Russia to obtain evidence from these items and bring it back to the United States for DNA testing.
Back in Germany, a team of experts was reconstructing the bunker using computer technology, attempting to figure out if eyewitnes accounts were plausible. The underground bunkers had large generators that might have been loud enough to drown out a gunshot. What they discovered was an original working generator, allowing them to hear the noise intensity during time Hitler apparently committed suicide.
The MysteryQuest investigators uncovered new evidence that puts in question if Hitler died in a bunker. Most notable, the DNA recovered from the skull with a bullet hole archived by the Russians was that of a female between the age of 20-40.
The questions left are: Did Hitler survive the war? If he did survive, how did he escape and where did he go?