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“Tesla’s financial and legal interests were managed by George Scherf Sr., whose administrative work included bookkeeping, legal filing for patents and ex- tensive litigation regarding patent infringement cases. The indolent thefts of George Scherf Jr. in Tesla’s lab earned him the nickname ‘Curious George’, but were, in fact, the acts of a Nazi child spy executing Hitler’s orders. In a series of deathbed confessions in 1995, Hitler’s personal bodyguard and CIA co-founder Otto Skorzeny exposed dark truths about his lifelong partnership with fellow Nazi espionage agents George Scherf Sr. and ‘Curious’ George Scherf Jr.”
“Before the murder attempt, Tesla was often bothered in his laboratory by the petty theft of the younger Scherf, even remarking on the teenager’s invasions to friends. Apparently Tesla took the trespasses quite personally, for young George’s incessant meddling in the labs earned him the nickname ‘Curious George’, bestowed by Tesla as a way of mocking his intelligence. Likening the younger Scherf to a conniving monkey, Tesla retold the story of George’s invasive behavior to Margaret Rey, who later created a fictional character for children’s books with the same memorable name.
The Scherf/Tesla origin of the character was undoubtedly to be a topic of much interest during the ‘Curious George’ international film debut on February 9, 2006–a topic that would never again be discussed by the books’ co-author, Alan Shalleck (below), because he was murdered on February 6 just days before the film premiere and interviews. The identity of ‘Curious’ George Scherf, Jr. was a secret that had already been revealed years before Shalleck’s murder by one of Scherf’s Nazi cohorts, Otto Skorzeny. Interestingly, both Skorzeny and Shalleck had lived for many years in Boynton Beach, Florida, where Shalleck’s body was found in his driveway. The two men who committed the murder were unwitting agents of the CIA, whose conflicting confessions suggest they were hypnotically controlled.” (page 17)