The Skull That Russians Held As A Proof Of Hitler’s Suicide, Belongs To A Woman, Researchers Say

In 2000, Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), put a part of what it was considered to be Hitler’s skull in public display. Russians officials claimed that the fact that the skull has a hole at the top, is a proof that Hitler had committed suicide by shooting himself.

However, nine years later, University of Connecticut, conducted a DNA test on the skull to test the authenticity of the story. The results were surprising.

The skull, not only had nothing to do with the infamous Nazi leader, but, most probably, belonged to a female aged 20 to 40 years old researches say! According to bone specialist Nick Bellantoni, it was clear that something went wrong with the theory: “The bone seemed very thin; male bone tends to be more robust,” he said. “And the sutures where the skull plates come together seemed to correspond to someone under 40.” On April 1945 Hitler turned 56.

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