Jeffs wrote instructions on how this bed, found on the top floor of the limestone temple at YFZ Ranch, should be built, specifying a plastic-covered mattress and a pedestal that didn’t make creaking sounds.
Prosecutors believe that Jeffs held orgies in this bath, which he termed a “baptismal font,” with groups of his wives. Prosecutors played for the jury an audio recording that they said was of Jeffs having group sex in the bath.
A 15-year-old “spiritual wife” of Jeffs wrote the self-proclaimed prophet this adoring letter. She looks pregnant, and authorities say DNA tests on her son confirmed that she was indeed impregnated by Jeffs. The girl is now 20.
Jeffs lived in the so-called Big House on the YFZ Ranch, which prosecutor Eric Nichols touched on in closing arguments: “Mr. Jeffs had his big house, where he chose to warehouse hundreds of girls and women for his sexual gratification. The state of Texas has a big house too, and that is where Warren Jeffs should spend the rest of his days.”
(Courtesy of the daily.com)