After shocking claims made by Maria Farmer, a victim of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein claimed inside Zorro Ranch there were hidden rooms in the basement "underground" that were packed with computers and video equipment belonging to Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
These hidden camera's were used to film their guests, which included Prince Andrew, and Hillary and Bill Clinton. Epstein had many communal Roman Style bath houses in addition to many other odd rooms and antiquities.
Farmer stated, "All of Epstein's residences had these mechanical rooms and tunnel systems. I know this because Epstein told me, these rooms were enormous - bigger than houses."
Prince Andrew is alleged to have vacationed there with his "friend" - neurosurgeon Dr Melanie Walker - who has previously been described as 'beautiful, young and brilliant' by former Zorro housekeeper Deidre Stratton.
Ms Stratton has previously claimed she was given the task of looking after Andrew and his guest, and claimed that Andrew asked her to bring him aphrodisiac tea.
The Duke is also alleged to have spent two days alone at Epstein's ranch in 2001 with the pedophile's 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts, court documents have claimed.
Roberts, who was 17 or 18 at the time, wrote in a manuscript that she had a 'really good time' at the ranch, and that she gave him 'erotic massages'. She later told police that she was paid 'close to a thousand dollars' by Epstein.
Since Jeffrey Epstein allegedly "died" in prison by suicide, Zorro Ranch is now up for sale for a cool 27.5 million dollars. I'm unsure which perspective buyers would want to purchase a Ranch with underground tunnels, and secret "labs" used to impregnate hundreds of women with Jeffrey Epstein's sperm which he considered "his superior DNA." It was revealed Epstein was using his connections to elite scientists and academics in an attempt to help foster his dream of “seeding the human race" with his DNA by impregnating women at his vast New Mexico ranch.
What's very fascinating, is the realtor hired to sell the "Baby Ranch" as it's called. The proceeds from the sale are expected to be used for the “estate’s regular administration, including its payment as necessary of taxes, creditors and claimants,” Daniel H. Weiner, who represents Epstein’s estate.
Earlier this year, Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse sold for a whopping $51 million. His Palm Beach, Florida compound sold for $18.5 million and the new owner plans to completely demolish it with the intent of building a new structure. Who on earth would want to purchase these properties for millions, after knowing the atrocities that went on? Perhaps the International Real Estate Sotheby's would know of potential buyers with the same proclivities as Epstein.
Neil Lyon of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing. Not only is Sotheby's into International Real Estate, with the world's rich and famous, the company is also into auctioning fine art, jewelry and antiquities worth millions. Auctioning art work and antiquities is rife with white collar crime, and Sotheby's has been caught in the past selling and purchasing illegal items.
Sotheby's is a British-founded American multinational corporation headquartered in New York City. It is one of the world's largest brokers of fine and decorative art, jewelry, and collectibles. It has 80 locations in 40 countries, but maintains a significant presence in the UK.
Alleged in 1997, Sotheby's had been trading in antiquities with no published provenance, and the organization continued to use dealers involved in the smuggling of artifacts. In 2012, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement moved to seize a 10th-century Cambodian sandstone statue from Sotheby's, alleging in a civil complaint before the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York that the company had put the work up for auction "despite knowing that it had been stolen from a temple" in Koh Ker. Although it all sounds Indiana Jones worthy, dealing in Art and Antiquities is one of the easiest ways to wash and launder money, particularly through sex trafficking drug and weapons running.
Ironically, Sotheby Institute of Art holds a course on Art, Crime and Law. Of course, they would have some experience with this.
In the year 2000, Sotheby's Holdings Inc. agreed to plead guilty and pay a $45 million criminal fine for fixing the price of commission rates charged to sellers of art, antiques, and other collectibles at auctions. According to the Anti-Trust Investigation, "The company's former president and chief executive officer, Diana D. Brooks, has also agreed to plead guilty to price fixing charges, and will cooperate with the Department's ongoing antitrust investigation."
Sotheby's and Christie's (which is Sotheby's competition in the world of buying and selling art and antiquities to the Elite), were subpoenaed by the US Virgin Islands on December 2, 2020 to produce "all documents reflecting or relating to inquiries, sales, bids, communications with or about Jeffrey E. Epstein," in addition to all documents “reflecting or relating to the tax treatment or transfers to other entities for artwork or other objects” by Epstein or his agents.
In particular, the Supreme Court in the US Virgin Islands was looking into details Of Jeffrey Epstein's $139M Mysterious Purchases Of a Picasso & 2 Cézannes. Those three pieces stand out, because Epstein may have bartered for them by trading in art he or a client already owned while allegedly working out a deal to avoid paying any taxes on the purchase.
The value of all three combined art pieces is $139 million. It seems it was not Epstein who was to keep those paintings and that he may have instead been working on behalf of a client. One of the three paintings - a Cezanne watercolor - was purchased by the same company Leon Black has used to buy most of his billion-dollar art collection. The other Cezanne was also purchased by a company that has been linked to Black, while it is unclear who got the Picasso. Nowhere does it state that Black purchased these paintings or had instructed Epstein to obtain the artwork on his behalf.
As we know all too well, Jeffrey Epstein had many strange pieces of "artwork" throughout all of his properties. The most famous being a painting of Bill Clinton wearing a blue dress, with red shoes, similar to the one worn by Monica Lewinsky.
And, of course the artist Petrina Ryan-Kleid had "absolutely no idea the painting was hanging in Jeffrey Epstein's mansion." The painting is titled "Parsing Bill."
Ironically, Sotheby's also sells many disturbing pieces of Marina Abramovic's-made famous by her disturbing spirit cooking artwork-if one can call it that. They sold the piece "Balkan Baroque, 1997" which is a very disturbing photograph for 30,750 Euros. The print "Rhythm 5" sold for $18,750 USD-of course this satanic piece of trash is titled Lot 66. I wouldn't pay 2 cents for these.
It will be very interesting to see who buys the Zorro Baby Making Ranch. I'm sure there'll be no shortage of sick Elite buyers who want to pick up where Epstein left off.