The architecture of Ullswater camp in Cumbria

The Ullwater camp is located in Cumbria, in an isolated spot comparable to Epstein’s Island location. Here the perpetrators have good views of the surrounding land and can set up perimeter outposts to ensure security during rituals.

Epstein’s Island has broadly similar geography, and is isolated on account of being surrounded by water — also providing a clear view of the surrounding area to ensure security for perpetrators:

This cage is in one of the Outward Bound buildings — either at Ullwater or Howtown (another Outward Bound camp on the opposite side of Ullswater Lake). In this photograph, you can see that the child pictured is locked inside the cage with a padlock.

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