The Dangerous City Beneath Las Vegas
Several media outlets, including the BBC in London and journalists such as Matthew O’Brien, have been publishing articles about the strange places where hundreds of people live in the depths of the city of sin, or Sin City, as Las Vegas is known.
In the labyrinths formed by the tunnels that stretch from one end of Vegas to the other and that are part of Clark County’s regional flood control system. Canals, swimming pools and hundreds of storm sewers began to serve as shelter for former combatants, drug addicts and others who lost their identity.
When interviewing some of the residents, the BBC journalist heard stories of deaths due to the rains where bodies were found in the canal near the Strip, the main artery where the most luxurious casinos in the world are located. One of the interviewees who “lives” under Dean Martin Avenue, which crosses the city, even considers it a haunted place with frightening events that cannot be explained.
Some of the residents of these underground tunnels came in search of a new life, new dreams in the attractive and glamorous city of Las Vegas.
In famous places of expensive lunches, hotel rooms and casinos, tourists circulate, without imagining that there are 16 meters, under their feet, there are people surviving in the world of shadows. Below the neon, in the world of shadows, another reality calls for help!!!