AceShowbiz - The Playboy Mansion which is a favorite place for some male Hollywood celebrities has been revealed to have secret tunnels which connect to the homes of Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty, James Caan, and Kirk Douglas. These secret tunnels were for some male actors who couldn't get enough to visit Hugh Hefner's house. It is believed that these tunnels were built to give easier access to those who had a high frequency of visit to Hef's house.
The blueprint which is found by the Playboy editorial staff reveals that the tunnels went beneath the Los Angeles Country Club and would lead to the homes of Nicholson, Beatty, Caan, and Douglas. Based on the Polaroids which are found along with the blueprint, the Playboy Mansion seemed to have a massive construction project in 1977 and it was said that it included the construction of the tunnels. The tunnels were planned for those popular male actors so that they had direct underground access to the Playboy Mansion.
When the staff in the Playboy Mansion were asked about the truth of the tunnels and asked to show the tunnels, they gave information that the tunnels were closed sometime in 1989.
Although some sources claimed that the report's true, none of the listed celebrity confirms the truth of this issue. The owner of Playboy Mansion, Hugh Hefner, also did not want to give comment about this finding. Until now, there is no confirmation from The Playboy Mansion about the fact of these secret tunnels.