FOX 26 - Authorities in Mexico allowed media to tour the home where drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman hid before his arrest. The home had four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The interior of the house had bullet holes marking its white concrete walls. Clothing and food were scattered throughout, beds were tossed. Blood was smeared on the walls.
On one upstairs bed were four DVDs from the series La Reina del Sur, starring Kate del Castillo, the Mexican actress who put Guzman in contact with the American actor Sean Penn. The wall above the stairs was particularly damaged by gunfire as Guzman's gunmen tried to keep the marines from advancing. A six-foot tall tunnel complete with lighting, wood-paneled walls and a concrete floor led to stairs and then a metal hatch that opened into the city's storm sewer.
Guzman and his security chief traveled several blocks through the meter-tall (three feet) storm sewer as they made their escape, according to authorities.
"El Chapo" was captured just six months after he made a daring escape from a maximum-security prison, where he is now jailed.