If you've been paying attention to the news lately, you may have heard that sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his jail cell on Saturday morning August 10. Less than 48 hours later, dozens of FBI and NYPD agents stormed Epstein's 70-acre private Caribbean island, Little St. James Island.
Epstein actually owns two islands in the Caribbean. He bought Little St. James in 1998 for $7.5 million. He then proceeded to build a sprawling compound on the island including a massive main house and several very mysterious gold-domed temples. In 2016 he spent $18 million to buy the adjacent, 162-acre, Great St. James Island.
Today a YouTube user named "Rusty Shakleford" uploaded three drone videos of Little St. James to his account. The videos are incredible. Especially if you're like me and you've been dying to know what Little St. James looks like up close.
Oh and btw, did you know that locals referred to the island as "Pedophile Island" due to the fact that Jeffrey apparently flew dozens (maybe hundreds) of very young girls here for God knows what.
Until today we've only seen some grainy satellite photos of the island and a few long-range photos taken from nearby boats.
The most incredible thing about these videos is that the drone operator somehow had the foresight (or luck) to be ready to fly and record just as agents swarmed the island.
In this first video he floats the drone so close to agents gathered in Epstein's kitchen they are forced to put up cardboard boxes and movers rugs to give them privacy:
This second video gives a general aerial view of the island – which is truly gorgeous – while also following agents who have set up camp on a dock sitting above crystal clear water:
But this third video is my favorite. If you've been paying attention to the news and have seen photos of this island previously, you've no doubt seen the weird temples Jeffrey built in the corners of the island. Up until recently, each temple had a golden dome.
Given Jeffrey's penchant for preading his genetics through mass impregnation and occult science, one can only guess the purpose of these mysterious temples.
In this third video the drone operator hovers the camera closer and closer with dozens of lens adjustments. Thanks to an open window, the end result gives us the first clear footage of what the temples look like on the inside.
Whoever was flying this drone deserves an Oscar for cinematography: