Apparently Michele Zagaria really dug -- pun intended -- his underground lairs.
Zagaria headed the powerful Casalesi clan from the Camorra or Neapolitan Mafia, and spent sixteen years on the lam until December 2011 when police found him living in an underground bunker in his home town of Casapesenna near Naples.
And now Italian police have uncovered a second hole into which the mob boss sometimes would descend to hide from the world as reported by Chris Pleasance for the Daily Mail: "the entrance to the complex is hidden behind a fake wall, which is moved using an electric mechanism," and "that then leads to a hydraulic life which lowers down into the secret basement" which "was fitted out with a bedroom, a bathroom, its own ventilation system, and state-of-the-art CCTV cameras."
The Camorra runs the streets of impoverished Naples and is involved in everything from the vice rackets such as drugs and prostitution to the corruption of legitimate industries including waste and construction, and its dirty operations were exposed to the world by Roberto Saviano in his 2006 international bestseller Gomorrah which subsequently was adapted into a film by director Matteo Garrone.
The contents of Zagaria's bunker in which he was found included a copy of Gomorrah.