The mansion where Osama bin Laden was killed is a far-cry from the deep, dark caves that many believed the al-Qaeda leader was hiding. Bloody footage from inside the mansion was shot shortly after bin Laden's death, and gives some insight into where America's most wanted terrorist called home (video below).
The New York Times reports that the bin Laden mansion was valued at $1 million, but had no telephone or internet connections because of security concerns. The house was located in Abbottabad, Pakistan, about two hours from Islamabad, and also had 12-foot-high concrete walls topped with barbed wired.
The inhabitants were so worried about security that they burned their trash instead of putting it on the street for collection. The video below shows bedrooms inside the mansion, with pools of blood collected next to bedsides and other furniture.