Only 24 men were deemed worthy to work on the home specially built for Warren Jeffs. Some had told us of a circular room in the home. Some people referred to it as a sex chamber. This is the view looking into that room, through a small hallway behind a soundproofed door. The doors throughout the home were thick and heavy, with soundproofing strips. We closed this door and had a guy on the other side talk loudly through it. All we could hear was a muffled voice.
The room had obviously been hastily remodeled before we got in. It wasn’t circular any more. Cheap carpet and poorly crafted woodwork and drywall were signs of the changes, along with some debris that hadn’t been cleaned up. Quick note: Warren Jeffs never even entered this house. He’s in prison.
But if you doubt the room was changed before we got there, look at the following two photos and take note of the vast differences in the quality of workmanship and features. Here is a typical room in the same home:
And here’s the room that we’re told was altered:
The carpet, light fixtures, woodwork and drywall texturing in the once-circular room were all of much lower quality. And here’s a detail of the bad drywall job, such low quality it wouldn’t pass any inspection:
if you want to see more from inside the house, click here for thirty photos on the Tribune site.