Jeffrey Epstein's island temple inspired dozens of conspiracy theories. We spoke to someone who went inside.
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Jeffrey Epstein, the well-connected sex criminal who died by suicide in federal custody, owned a 70-acre private island in the US Virgin Islands known as Little St. James.

The island's southwestern corner features an unusual blue-and-white-striped building that resembles a temple or place of worship.

The building has inspired countless conspiracy theories, but none has adequately explained what was inside the building or what Epstein did there.

Insider explored the most prominent and tantalizing...

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