Deep beneath the Chú Chi district of Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City is a network of tunnels. Built entirely by hand in the ’40s, these tunnels once held a secret so dark and deadly that few people have gone in since they were abandoned.
Thanks to a recent excursion, we’re now finally getting a closer look at these deep, winding structures. But when you learn the truth behind what really went on in these tunnels, it will give you chills.
The tunnel network was first constructed during the ’40s, when the Vietnamese began their war with colonial France.
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