More questions emerge after car is discovered buried in backyard of Bay Area mansion
A former resident of a California mansion found a secret bunker in his backyard, hidden behind a wooden shed.
It contained a bomb and an army of zombies.
Neighbors discovered the abandoned bunker in their backyard and called police.
Investigators discovered the bunker was a bomb and a cache of weapons.
And on Friday, the police in the San Francisco Bay area found evidence it was a bunker.
On Oct. 19, the Bay Area newspaper Marin Independent Journal covered the find and wrote that police had found a number of bullets.
They said the homeowner, a “wealthy, retired software executive” from San Mateo County, had been living in the mansion for four or five years.
He had moved his family in when he retired, but only stayed at the mansion briefly.
He was a frequent visitor to his nearby townhouse on a quiet street.
“I think he’s got like a dozen girlfriends there,” resident Linda Carioto, a neighbor of the mansion, told the newspaper.
“We keep hearing stories about him moving in and out, like a spy,” Carioto added. “We thought he was moving out, and then he was back.”
Neighbors and friends say the former resident, identified as Mr. John Doe, had his own security unit.
Carrillo, who lives across the street from the mansion, wrote on Facebook: “My new neighbor is a retired ex FBI agent, and also one of the largest drug dealers in the world. His neighbors have always been concerned and in shock…the mystery is solved, he lives in a bunker under our backyard.”
Police say the bunker and weapons cache were discovered by a neighbor who called them to check on progress on a remodel and found metal duct tape that appeared to be duct tape. The neighborhood called police, who found several bullets, a bomb and guns in the home.
When they broke into the home, they found it had four rooms, including a kitchen, a living room and a bedroom. Inside was a large wooden shed with an opening behind it.
The police say they also found a backpack