The outdoor massage room where underage girls tend to care for Jeffrey Epstein is first seen in a new video made by two men who claim to have robbed his Caribbean hideout.
Luke Rudkowski from We are change and Jeff Berwick were able to reach the island and explore the office of Epstein, a few of the underground halls and get close enough to the infamous temple of the pedophile at Little St James to reveal that the doors of the structure painted on the building.
However, their journey was aborted when they were forced to flee from staff that began to haunt them, they said in the video.
And there is still enough staff on the island, because in one shot a man can be seen in the reflection of a window that runs just a few meters from Rudkowski with what looks like a mop and some towels.
It is unclear to whom the clean towels are.
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On an island in the sun: Luke Rudkowski from We Are Change and Jeff Berwick filmed some of the buildings on Little St James, the Caribbean hideout of Jeffrey Epstein
Legends of the hidden temple: the mysterious structure that is believed to have a home theater still has no golden dome
FAKE: The video revealed that the wooden doors on the island's infamous temple are painted and not real
Reflect: In one shot a man can be seen in the reflection of a window (top left) just a few meters away from Rudkowski with what looks like a mop and some towels
Pedophile Island: the 71.5-hectare island was purchased in 1998 for $ 7.95 million by Epstein, who built a huge complex
Caribbean Getaway: Epstein was the owner of not one but two islands in the Caribbean after he more than doubled his property in January 2016 when he paid $ 18 million for Great St James
There is also a look at an office on the island, where the manual represents a loaded and somewhat British flair in the form of a sign with the text: & # 39; Keep Calm and Carry On & # 39 ;.
Then Rudkowski explored some of those underground structures, including one that seemed to contain the island's generator.
The last scene of the & # 39; fleeing & # 39; men, a few minutes after a non-casual island staff walked by Rodkowski, is carved with a glance into the massage room.
Two beds were on a floor in the outside cabin, which has a full kitchen in the adjoining room.
The biggest surprise, however, are the doors of the Temple of Epstein.
The actual access to the structure is boarded up and what seemed to be a functional wooden door for a long time appears to be a bit misleading.
Once close up, the video reveals that those two doors are painted on the temple and that Epstein has his initials on the temple.
The temple on the island, however, remains without its dome, which has been missing for some time.
A local resident told DailyMail.com that they had the impression that Epstein had his staff remove the dome for the hurricane.
Irma, a category 5 storm when it landed on the island, is still the most powerful hurricane ever to hit the Atlantic region.
However, the dome never went back up and now the temple is unadorned and striped on the island.
The temple has been of great importance to members of the QAnon community who had spoken of the island long before the current arrest of Epstein or the explosion of Julie Brown in The Miami Herald.
Many members of the community believe that Epstein hid young girls he allegedly enslaved in underground rooms under the temple and other parts of the island.
There is no concrete evidence to support that claim, but the conviction of the community that a famous actress recruited young victims for Epstein is not completely unbelievable.
Epstein was the owner of not one, but two islands in the Caribbean, after he more than doubled his property in January 2016 when he paid $ 18 million for Great St James.
That 162-hectare estate is next to Little St. James, the 71.5-hectare island that he bought in 1998 for $ 7.95 million.
And Epstein had big plans for the latest addition to his already substantial real estate portfolio prior to his death.
This included the addition of an inner dock, two houses, cottages, an amphitheater, gardens, a maritime electrical cable, solar panels and generator, storage building, security building, work shed, machine shop and an & # 39; underwater office and swimming pool & # 39 ;.
That ship and a few completed structures, as well as construction equipment, are still visible in aerial photos of the island.
This work has been done despite the fact that only the construction of a flagpole and repair of reservoirs on the island has been approved.
Epstein's plans, however, became a trick, after he had bought the island when he was struck with a few orders to stop.
The first quote was & # 39; regarding unauthorized land cover & # 39 ;.
Epstein finally managed to remedy that situation by paying a $ 70,000 fine, and paid an even steeper fine after the second breach in October.
The exact amount is unknown, but the fine was between $ 140,000 and $ 180,000.
The work then continued, usually to clear up the dense vegetation to make a main road around the island, until December last year.
That's when Epstein was hit again with another ceasefire, which he seems to ignore.
Employees have continued the plans in recent weeks, even while Epstein has been behind bars.
Authorities had tried to get to the island to determine what was going on almost a year before Epstein & # 39; s death.
He had placed & # 39; no forbidden access & # 39; signs anywhere on the island due to the popularity of the area with tourists, who now appear in even greater numbers after his death.
Local laws make all land under the tide or bush lines public property, so Epstein cannot legally kick people off that land, but he makes sure that no one wanders to his property. n
This continued construction reflects Epstein's decision in 2007 to build his Little St James compound after hearing that he was likely to go to jail.
Shortly after his release, that became his main residence.
These two islands were also not his only major holding in the area, with Epstein also holding a 50 percent interest in America Yacht Harbor, a port that goes out for 123 yachts, sailboats and pleasure craft, as well as a strip mall of offices.
The Southern Trust Company of Epstein was in the same strip where, according to the DailyMail.com public records, it operated at least 15 LLC's in the two decades prior to his death.
The data also showed that his office manager was Cecile de Jongh, the former first lady of the Virgin Islands, for most of that time.
It is unclear what possible benefits Epstein had received because of his appointment to de Jongh.
She was not the first lady when she took the job, and her husband John's run coincidentally coincided with the exact moment when the allegations against Epstein first appeared.
He was finally elected in 2007 and served as governor for two terms despite his wife's ties with Epstein.
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