The words 'Jeffrey Epstein's Secluded Cabin' are likely to give you pause. We reacted similarly as we discovered photos of a secluded cabin in Northern Michigan once funded by the convicted pedophile.

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Jeffrey Epstein Cabin Gives Off Heinous Vibes

A secluded cabin in Interlochen near the prestigious Interlochen Center for the Arts Academy was once known as the 'Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge.' The property has since been rebranded as the 'Green Lake Lodge,' scrubbing all references to the now-deceased pedophile after his conviction in 2007.

According to the Daily Mail, the cabin is where Epstein and his so-called madam Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly abused a young girl. A woman whose name has not been revealed claims Epstein recruited her when she was a student at the school. She was just 13 years old at the time and claims the abuse went on for four years.

The cabin's address and names of two students who attended the academy were discovered in Epstein's 'little black (telephone) book.'

Jeffrey Epstein Studied at Interlochen Arts Academy

The Mail reports that Jeffrey Epstein attended the famed school's national music camp in 1967. Epstein reportedly funded the lodge from 1990 to 2003, as a donation to the school.

Epstein is said to have stayed at the lodge as recently as the summer of 2000. The school stands firm in its assertion that there were no complaints filed against Epstein and that the school's policies would have prohibited him from unsupervised contact with students.

 Cabin Available for Vacation Rental

The pictures below are provided by TripAdvisor, which facilitates vacation rentals of this and other accommodations near the academy.


Jeffrey Epstein's Cabin in Northern Michigan

Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

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