Deep in a Californian forest, a closed off 2,700 care site exists.
And behind the heavily-guarded area in the United States, is an exclusive gentleman's club where mysterious rituals are performed by the world's wealthiest people who end up getting so drunk they "black out".
For more than 150 years, Bohemian Grove has baffled 99% of the population.
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But now, thanks to the claims of ex-employees who is taking the organisation to court, what really goes on there has finally been revealed.
Speaking to Air Mail, the three former valets at the site visited by Henry Kissinger, Bill Gates, Clint Eastwood, billionaire John Kluge and the man who founded IBM, Thomas Watson Jr claimed that it was like a “college experience” just with “more money and better alcohol” – although drugs are banned, as are phones and cameras, presumably so that nobody snaps the bizarre moment the rich blokes perform a fire ritual outside a giant statue of an owl.
“Getting blackout drunk is not unusual at Bohemian Grove,” the report continued.
Air Mail reported a cocktail of hot chocolate spiked with horse tranquilizer, known as the Nembutal, is served at the camp causing some drinkers to 'lose control of their bowels and bladder'.
The place is split into smaller camps, one of which is called the Monastery.
A member of staff from that camp said: “The members of Monastery decided to serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, hors d’oeuvres, midnight snack in camp, which meant we all worked 18 hours a day for eight days in a row.
“And so that last year was really the tipping point for me to realise that they’re taking advantage of us.
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“I would have done anything for those guys
“I just thought good things would happen if I kept my mouth shut.”
The club was founded in 1872 by a bunch of journalists, writers and actors.
It currently has assets worth around £35million, and made more than £4million in 2020 while the rest of the world was shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.
There are also reports of some of those visiting freely urinating whenever and wherever they please, as well as some downing around £150k's worth of win during one very extravagant lunch.
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However, a spokesman for the club has denied the allegations of staff being overworked and underpaid – and even denies they were ever employed.
They said: “The Club has reviewed the allegations and it is clear the claims appearing in the lawsuit are brought by individuals who were never employed by the Bohemian Club and therefore the Club should not be a party to this action.
“The Club believes these three individuals know full well they did not work for the Club and that this lawsuit is a transparent attempt to drag the Club into their individual circumstances.”
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