In the Vsevolozhsk district of the Leningrad region, an abandoned house was found, under which there was an underground prison in a concrete bunker and a crematorium. About it informs Fontanka.
The house is located 40 kilometers from St. Petersburg, in the Vsevolozhsky district of the Leningrad region. The entrance to the dungeon is disguised as an ordinary garage door, behind which lies a heavy concrete slab, which is raised and lowered by a hydraulic device.
There are several cells in the room with bunk beds, toilets and washstands. The chambers are closed with steel doors. There is a place for security, connectors for computers, for video surveillance. The room is partitioned off with cells.
There is a bathhouse next to the house, in which through a secret hole one could get into a well several concrete rings deep, at the bottom of which there is a stove. The publication notes that a person can fit into this oven.
According to Fontanka, the first owner was an employee of the Federal Penitentiary Service, who retired back in 2004, and the next was “an interesting Petersburger who officially changed his last name to Escobar.”