Zorro Ranch

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LocationsStanley,New Mexico,USA
A large compound in Stanley, New Mexico, which previously belonged to sexual blackmailer Jeffrey Epstein,

The Zorro Ranch is a large estate in Stanley, New Mexico which previously belonged to sexual blackmailer Jeffrey Epstein,

The property

Approximately 35 minutes from Santa Fe, the Zorro Ranch includes a grand three story, 4 bedroom main house, nearby caretaker’s residence and multiple other residences throughout the property, including one separately and privately located residence and the 4 residences at Ranch Central, located near the ranch entry area, the Lodge and Log Cabin, both located in their own private area. The ranch includes a grass air strip and hangar. Other amenities include the stables, fire house and yurt.[1] It also includes exercise, massage and jacuzzi rooms, later transformed into a pool area.[2]

The Ranch had three computer rooms "the size of houses" to spy on famous guests.[2]

A six-foot naked portrait of Ghislaine Maxwell with a gold dagger in her hand had been put in the basement elevator hallway and was the first thing that any of their guests, including victims, would see on the way down to the basement, massage and pool areas. [2]


Every year, the local newspaper has posted legal notices to the effect that “Zorro Inc” (Epstein’s company) wants to change location of a well, or dig deeper into new aquifers, or change the location of that well yet again. [3][4][5][6][7]


Epstein reportedly had the idea of using the ranch for inseminating women with his sperm with the aim of creating a master race.[8]



Zorro Ranch is conveniently located on major traffic corridor I25 near Albuquerque & Santa Fe.

Former New Mexico Governor Bruce King sold Epstein the nearly 8,000 acre family ranch for $12 million in 1993[9]. The King family still owns lots of land surrounding the ranch. Epstein was a 2010 campaign donor to Bruce's son Gary King[10], who was New Mexico Attorney General from 2007 to 2015, and who initiated the New Mexico Human Trafficking Task Force.[11]

To the north is a ranch owned by fashion designer Tom Ford which previously was used for several Hollywood movies.