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The Boys From Brazil: Fiction Or Something More Sinister?

Written by on September 5, 2021


How many remember a weird movie from 1976 with Gregory Peck and all the greats in a sci-fi/horror movie called The Boys Of Brazil?

It gave me nightmares as a kid, but as my investigating skills get even better, so does my asking questions; questions some people would not even want to ask or dive into.  Was this book and movie just a work of Fiction and a Good Horror Movie?

Facts are more scary than fiction.  Gregory Peck plays an aging Josef Mengele; who cloned Adolph Hitler and his DNA is in 13 young boys and a kill list is sent out to kill a good number of people.

Could this be possible?

Yes & we will tell you all about it.

The Novel: The Boys From Brazil 

See what Josef Mengele actually did in Argentina: Village Of The Cloned

Josef Mengele Also Created A Cloned Village In Brazil

Proof That Adolph Hitler didn’t die in the bunker but escaped to Argentina and lived in Paraguay; same country where Mengele also lived.  The border for them was wide open.

Two Things Needed, a Mad Satanist Doctor who can actually clone humans and Adolph Hitler’s DNA.

We will also get into those behind the movie and the publishers.

Get ready to have your mind blown.

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The Metro UK Paper December 12, 2014


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Reader's opinions
  1. Sandra S. Elam   On   September 6, 2021 at 12:21 pm

    Hi AJ and Br. Alexis,
    I saw that movie when it came out and it was terrifying. I saw it again about 10 years later and it was still just as terrifying. Certain scenes – like the doberman attack scene – I just cannot get out of my mind. Then I decided I was no longer going to watch any movie rated as thriller/sci fi and I’m glad for that decision. Thanks for researching this story.

  2. Raven Wenner   On   February 9, 2022 at 7:01 am

    Gregory Peck was, for a Hollywood actor, a man of integrity who believed in decency in films — in his contracts, he always specified that his character would never be seen in bed with another character to whom he was not married in the script. He also never signed up for a film that he believed “Didn’t have a moral”. So he thought long and hard about being the villain in “The boys from Brazil” and even if he didn’t know it consciously, I think he wanted to do this film as a warning to those who like himself had some instinct that the unknown aspects of history can still harm us today, and to keep our eyes and minds open for “signs of the times”.

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