“Stay in a decommissioned polygamist compound!”
Because nothing says romantic getaway more than polygamist leaders jailed for sexual assault, you can now spend the night in Warren Jeffs former Mormon fundamentalist compound. Meet America's Most Wanted Suites and Bed & Breakfast. In 2011, Jeffs followers were instructed by the self-proclaimed prohet to build a massive compound in Hildale Utah, a complex created with double thick doors and a 12-foot-tall fence surrounding the property. Now that Jeffs is serving out a life sentence for sexually assaulting his child bride, the compound was purchased by Willie Jessop, Jeff's former bodyguard. “I left it there so people could go and see how paranoid [Jeffs] was,” Jessop told NBC News. “It was my hope that the walls would help be a reminder to the community that if you need walls like this, you’re probably doing something wrong.” Jessop purchased the complex for nearly four million bucks after winning a lawsuit against church leaders, a secretive group that Jessop claims ruined his business and harassed his family. Jessop decided that the massive property would make an excellent bed & breakfast, and in a nod to his former employer's criminal chargers, named the new venture "America's Most Wanted." Starting at $85 a night, visitors can rent one of 14 rooms, including one King Suite with its own private kitchen. Every room includes WiFi access, climate control, a smart television.
Sketchy. I saw a person go into two rooms then drive off. I don't know if this place is still open but nothing was monitored when i stayed there.
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America's Most Wanted Bed & Breakfast
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