Pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s two properties on the coast St. Thomas are vacant since his arrest on federal sex trafficking charges and the golden dome that previously stood atop of the mysterious temple is missing.
Drone images obtained by Daily Mail reveal the dome that stood atop the infamous blue and white striped temple on the island has disappeared and the location of the where the dome now remains a mystery.
It was reportedly blown off the ominous temple during the 2017 Hurricane Irma. Irma, a Category 5 storm, is the most powerful hurricane to ever reach the Atlantic.
But, locals, who have dubbed Little St. James “Pedophile Island” or “Orgy” island told Daily Mail Epstein instructed his staff to remove the dome in anticipation of the hurricane and the dome has not been placed on top of the secluded temple since.
There have been varying explanations for the blue-striped temple.
Worker’s on Epstein’s property maintain the temple-like structure was used as a music room and built with acoustic walls, the New York Post reports.
An engineer and contractor who examined the temple told INSIDER that the wooden door of the structure is ostensibly designed to keep people in, rather than keep people out.
“It’s styled like what you might see on a castle, with what appears to be a reinforcing lock bar across the face,” Both told the publication. “What makes it peculiar is that if you wanted to keep people out, the bar would be placed inside the building, [but the] locking bar appears to be placed on the outside … as if it were intended to lock people in.”
Members of the QAnon community allege Epstein enslaved young girls and imprisoned them in underground rooms below the temple.
While there is no tangible evidence verifying the community’s claims, Both argues Epstein could have “absolutely” constructed a secret elevator or lair underneath the temple.
“It is absolutely possible to install a dwelling and elevator underneath the structure.” The main caveat, however, was privacy: “If an elevator was built there, [there] would most likely be a record with the vendor who installed the elevator, as they typically require yearly maintenance and inspection,” he said. “A simple stairwell would be a better option if someone wanted to conceal their activities at the location.”
While Both notes the installation of an underground space or elevator would have most likely been documented by a vendor to ensure regular inspections, Epstein has constructed a barge dock on Great St. James, “two homes, cottages, an amphitheater, gardens, a marine electrical cable, solar array and generator, storage building, security building, work shed, machine shop and “underwater office and pool,” Daily Mail reports.
Yet, the only the construction that has been approved on the island is a flagpole, as his temple remains domeless.
The 66-year-old pedophile was convicted of sex crimes a decade ago in Florida and was taken into custody July 6 now faces charges in New York for trafficking underage girls as young as 14. Epstein has pleaded not guilty.
He has a second private island, Great St. James, mansions in Palm Beach and Manhattan, an apartment in Paris and a ranch in New Mexico that, according to an October 2009 deposition in a civil lawsuit, has its own 4,500-foot airstrip.
Epstein’s attorneys are selling his $100 million, 2100-square-foot Manhattan townhouse, where he sexually abused minor girls and stored a trove of child porn, according to federal authorities.
FBI agents uncovered “an extraordinary volume of photographs of nude and partially-nude young women or girls” when they raided his Manhattan home, according to court documents
He is incarcerated at Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York.
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