Epstein’s Zorro Ranch Had Computer Rooms the ‘Size of Houses’ to Spy on Guests Including Prince Andrew, Victim Claims

An alleged victim of the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is speaking out this week to claim that his infamous Zorro Ranch had three computer rooms “the size of houses” to spy on famous guests like Prince Andrew.

Former Epstein employee Maria Farmer told The Sun that Epstein had footage of Andre’s alleged seven-day stay at his 33,339 square foot desert estate in New Mexico in 2000.

Architect plans for the home reveal a huge underground floor, around 8,000 sq ft in size, including exercise, massage, and jacuzzi rooms, later transformed into a pool area. It also includes three unusually large “mechanical rooms” on this lower floor, and Farmer claimed these were the computer rooms.

“All of Epstein’s residences had these mechanical rooms and tunnel systems. I know this because Epstein told me,” she alleged.

“These rooms were enormous – bigger than houses. I have no idea why anyone needs so many computers in one room. There were pinhole cameras to record everything on every estate. The cameras were ubiquitous. You couldn’t see them unless they were pointed out to you.”

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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