In 1935, SS man Heinrich Grunow thought he'd come up with a foolproof plan to kill Hitler and it almost worked. Armed with a pistol, Grunow hid himself at a spot near Hitler's country retreat where he knew the Fuhrer's car had to slow down to take a turn. As the vehicle approached, Grunow came up firing, pumping three bullets into the person in the backseat. Incredibly, he shot the wrong man. For some reason Hitler himself was driving, while his driver was in the back seat. Hitler fled the scene on foot, leaving his dying driver -- and Grunow, who immediately shot himself -- behind.