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Adolf Hitler’s WWII Hideout Becomes Creepy Vacation Spot in Poland

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By One Minute News on January 25, 2012

Think about this for a second: Where would be the oddest place to take a vacation?

High on the list might be a place called “Wolf Lair.” Why? Because it served as Adolf Hitler’s hideout during World War II. In fact, it was the very site of Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg’s failed assassination attempt on the dictator in 1944. Now, the Polish Forestry Service is trying to make a few bucks by renting out the historical hideout as a vacation destination. Creepy. Rachelle Akuffo reports.

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