A look inside El Chapo's secret hideout

The media had the chance to tour the secret hideout of notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman as well as the secret tunnel where he almost evaded capture. 

The walls of the four bedroom home are peppered with bullet holes and smeared with blood in some spots.  Clothing and food are scattered through the home.

The elaborate six-foot-tall tunnel that El Chapo used to try to escape the raid is well-lit and wood-paneled.  A Mexican marine said in an interview Tuesday night that El Chapo and his security chief slipped into the tunnel during the raid and were able to hide there for hours.   It took the marines about an hour and a half to find the entrance to the tunnel because it was hidden behind a mirror in a closet. 

The marine says El Chapo was finally forced to surface when it began to rain, and he feared he'd drown.  El Chapo finally surfaced at a manhole in the middle of an intersection, tried to steal a car and was arrested.

El Chapo was captured on Friday, just six months after he escaped from a maximum security prison using a mile-long tunnel.

He is now back in that same prison.