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  • It is just a remarkable, remarkable feat of engineering.

  • Welcome to watch, Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 craziest secret passages.

  • That very pathway still stands high and rushed to the city's main roads.

  • The castle was also used as a prison for those who planned attacks against the Vatican.

  • Homes could get hold of his victims on, move them along them down a three dimensional machine for killing that enabled him to get his innocent people into his into his web into his mesh in this place that he called his castle look a thistle.

  • The cops did not even exist.

  • It is amazing for this list.

  • We're looking at instances of secret tunnels and passageways throughout history.

  • Have you heard of all these tunnels?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10.

  • El Chapo's Escape Route.

  • Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is one of the world's most infamous drug kingpins.

  • And in order to evade the law, he used a number of secret passageways over the years.

  • El Chapo Tinian dissidents.

  • El Chapo has a history.

  • He's built at least 62 drug tunnels between Mexico and the United States throughout this area.

  • he's built drug tunnels, so he has the experience on.

  • He has the technicians to do it.

  • In 2014 tunnels were discovered that led from El Chapo's home to the sewage system.

  • They were accessed by a secret hatch underneath a bathtub.

  • They lead to a safe house a couple of miles away.

  • We see artifacts and what passes for entertainment tunnel porn.

  • And this isn't the only time tunnels have been used in the illegal drug trade.

  • In 2006, a 2360 ft tunnel was discovered that went from Mexico to the United States that was being used to move large amounts of cannabis.

  • It is just a remarkable, remarkable feat of engineering number nine.

  • The Monastery of Monsanto Deal Library Passage in the early oughts, between 2000 and 2000 to over 1000 Aquarian books disappeared from the Monastery of Monsanto deal in France.

  • It turns out they were stolen by Stanislas Goss, who collected ancient books and who has discovered an old map that detailed a secret passageway that led to the monasteries library.

  • The route he had to take involved scaling the exterior walls of the monastery and ultimately using a hidden hatch behind the libraries cupboards.

  • Eventually, the thief was caught based on footage from CCTV cameras.

  • Number eight, the Hawk Hurst Gang Smuggling Passage.

  • The Hawk Hurst gang operated in the southeast of England in the 17 thirties and forties and was considered one of the most fearsome criminal groups in history.

  • They would steal things like wool soon became so fear they would even drinking pubs with their weapons on the table.

  • There was a secret passageway connecting to ends in the area, the Old Bell and the mermaid, in which the gang members used to smuggle their goods.

  • Because evidence of the tunnels no longer remains, it's hard to know whether tales of these passageways or based on reality or have been embellished for folktales since the 18th century.

  • Some believe they simply used secret cellars and barns for storage of their illegal wears.

  • Number seven, the regal Knickerbockers secret exit.

  • It's now known as the Millennium Knickerbocker.

  • But back in the Prohibition era, the regal Knickerbocker was a grand 350 room establishment in Chicago.

  • It was built during the 19 twenties, but when it was being remodeled in the eighties, some construction workers came across what appeared to be a secret door in one of the ballrooms on the penthouse floor.

  • The door lead to a stairway, which was directly connected to the street level.

  • Look at this so the cops didn't know even existed.

  • That is amazing.

  • It is so cool seeing how much history is still intact from the 19 twenties and thirties here, it's suspected that this was used to evade the law while illegally drinking and gambling when neither was permitted.

  • Number six.

  • The White Tiger units escape route While so many stories of secret passageways involved triumphant escapes, this story, unfortunately, does not have a happy ending.

  • Bianco Tie or White Tiger unit was a group of several 100 teenage samurai who took part in the bush in war.

  • A group of 20 or so fighters escaped from imperial troops during a raid using a secret passageway, and when they came out, they saw what they believed to be their castle on fire, making them think they had lost the battle.

  • In fact, it wasn't actually the castle that was aflame, but the group of boys committed mass suicide rather than live with the loss of their Lord and families in the fire.

  • Unfortunately, they had been mistaken, and the castle had not fallen.

  • The smoke and flames were rising from nearby buildings, misleading the group of the actual fate of their Lord's Castle.

  • Number five Versailles is various passageways.

  • Although Versailles is one of the world's best known palaces, it hides a number of secrets.

  • King Louis, the 15th, had his mistress, Madam Zubari, stay in a room in the palace that had a hidden door and stairway that led to his own chambers.

  • The apartments intended to blow everyone's minds, and you can see why.

  • The king's later Louis the 15th and Louie the 16th.

  • They didn't want to live in these rooms.

  • They're too big, and they also didn't want to change them.

  • They're too magnificent.

  • She was not allowed to enter the king's room so he would traverse the passage to visit her during the French Revolution, when the royal family was under siege by protesters, Marie Antoinette escaped from the palace using a secret passageway but was apprehended just a day later.

  • Number four H.

  • H.

  • Holmes passages.

  • This secret passage story is not for the faint of heart one of history's most notorious serial killers, H.

  • H.

  • Holmes built a building that became known as the Murder Castle during the time of the 18 93 World's Fair in Chicago.

  • Holmes himself was the architect of the building.

  • He was the only one who knew its design.

  • There was this constant turnover of workers.

  • The building was alleged to be used as a hotel, but it was filled with trick doors, secret passageways, soundproof rooms and shoots leading to the basement, all of which homes used to torture and kill his victims, ultimately disposing of their bodies in his homemade crematorium homes, could get hold of his victims on, move them along them down a three dimensional machine for killing that enabled him to get his innocents people into his into his web into his his mesh in this place that he called his castle.

  • Yikes!

  • Number three Nottingham Castle Secret entrance.

  • In 13 30 King Edward, the second of England, was captured and imprisoned by nobleman Roger Mortimer, the first Earl of March.

  • Edward eventually died while in captivity.

  • Publicly, it will be claimed that Edward has died of natural causes.

  • But as news of his death spreads, suspicion of murder grows.

  • Edward's son Edward, the third, as well as a band of supporters, however, stormed Mortimer's defenses, using a secret passageway in Nottingham Castle.

  • Despite the fact that Mortimer had hundreds of men station to keep intruders out, Edwards supporters used secret tunnels to arrest Mortimer, who was ultimately executed for treason to the crown and the murder of the king Edward.

  • The second number two, the past Sito di Borgo, the Prosciutto di Borgo is a 2600 ft long passageway that spans the distance from Vatican City with the Castel Sant Angelo.

  • That very pathway still stands high and rushed to the city's main roads.

  • The castle was also used as a prison for those who planned attacks against the Vatican.

  • It dates back to at least 12 77 and over the centuries has been used by the Vatican's Popes while they were at risk or under persecution.

  • In 14 94 when the King of France, Charles the eighth, invaded Rome, Pope Alexander, the sixth, used the passageway to evade danger.

  • The following century, it was used by Pope Clement, the seventh during the sack of Rome.

  • At that time almost the entire Swiss guard was murdered by Emperor Charles, the Fifth Soldiers.

  • But the past Saito allowed the pope to escape.

  • An urban Roman myth was born as a result of the potatoes reputation as a path to safety.

  • That says, if a man walked 70 times along the potato, all his problems will disappear.

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  • Number one.

  • The Great Pyramids.

  • Mysterious Secret Chamber The discovery has excited archaeologists and historians around the world, but Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities has warned them not to get carried away.

  • There have long been suspicions that the builders of Egypt's pyramids used secret passageways and even booby traps to deter potential grave robbers.

  • Of course, it's impossible to verify these hypotheses 100% but one new discovery has scientists excited to solve a new mystery about the ancient Egyptians.

  • A secret chamber was discovered in the Great Pyramid using cosmic ray technology that detected a space that had been previously unknown to experts.

  • Now a cascade of questions.

  • How did the Egyptians use this space on?

  • Did they leave anything behind?

  • There are many theories about what the space may have been used for, but because it would be destructive to actually access it, we may never know its true purpose.

  • The purpose of the cavity is not clear with it.

  • Potentially serving is a separate chamber or a structural support.

  • The discovery has, however, being labeled a breakthrough by the scientists involved showing how modern particle physics could be put into practice by archaeologists.

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