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In the depths: The semi-secret tunnel networks of Princeton

An old gothically styled building and light blue sky. Text on top of the building reads "Daybreak: the daily Princetonian"
Guyot Hall with Daybreak branding
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Everybody loves a secret space. From rumors of a shrine to Danny DeVito hidden behind laundry machines in Little Hall to whispers of a network of underground tunnels darting across campus, there's a certain allure about little known spaces on campus.


While some of these places are somewhat mythological, others are real, if you know where to look. 

So today, the Daybreak team got a tour of these tunnels to find out how they're used, where they go, and why they exist in the first place. Listen in.