Today Alex Salmond, Scotland's First Minister, announced that far from being burned and destroyed, Rudolf Hess's remains will be placed on display in Scotland. Alex Salmond said that Hess has had a strong tie to the region since his plane crashed there in 1941. Hosting his remains would provide valuable tourist income for an obscure part of the country that nobody ever visits unless they are lost.
The actual residents of Falkirk were of mixed feelings about the announcement.
The German neo-Nazi's also expressed their concerns: "While we hold Hess up as a national hero, we don't hold him up highly enough to justify visiting Scotland. It's too wet, the midges bite when the sun comes out, and as for Falkirk, well, it just wants to make you hang yourself."