There Was A Secret Tunnel Between The Playboy Mansion And Jack Nicholson's House

Published On 03/31/2015 Published On 03/31/2015

While recently scouring the company's extensive XXX archives for a feature on the esteemed Mr. Hefner's 88th birthday, a Playboy editor found a mysterious bunch of photographs showcasing an extensive excavation project. Clearly intrigued by the documentation, the Playboy team dug a little deeper (!) and discovered blueprints detailing a shocking, worldview-altering reality that actually kind of makes a lot of sense.

In the 1970s, the Playboy mansion had a series of clandestine tunnels that lead directly to abodes belonging to “Mr. J. Nicholson, "Mr. W. Beatty,” “Mr. K. Douglas,” and “Mr. J. Caan.” Names that, together, identify a group of legendary actors/lothsarios, that just so happened to live in very close proximity to the legendary party pad. Holy. Sh*t. 



As you can see from the uncovered blueprints, there was a main tunnel that ran to Warren Beatty's house, with offshoots to the cribs of the other legendary ladies' men. According to Playboy, a staff member responded off-the-record, saying, “I heard they were closed up sometime in 1989.”

Playboy, Mr. Hefner, and the actors in question refused to comment on the tunnels and the obvious debauchery that ensued. But, we're pretty sure Jack's reaction would be something like this:



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