Canada - possible U boat find in Newfoundland river

I note that the fellow from the German embassy was quoted as saying, "More than a dozen U-boats may still be unaccounted for".

Does anyone here have more accurate information than that? I would have thought the number may have been higher.
Commander U-184, 1942: "Vee are heffing enough off zis vor already! So vee are sailing in ze big river und ze little house on ze prairie spielen!"
They were probably all gay, I mean let's face it, matelots, little peaked caps, confined spaces with other men, leather uniforms, water tight glory hole doors in the bulkheads, well chutney all of them...transvestite lumberjacks aside....I wouldn't be surprised if theres a few missing boats rusting under Brighton pier and another five were probably weighed in in Edinborough!


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Just goes to show - all that hogwash about Adolf ending his days as an estate agent in Bolivia, when all along he was a storekeeper in Canada. This uboat obviously took him there in '45 and then was scuttled to preserve the truth. I mean, who would look for him in a town called Churchill?


Shirley we mustn't discount the theory that it is one of the second-hand Upholders sorry, Victorias we offloaded onto the Canucks?
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