On September 11th 1973, the Chilean army order the countries first socialist president, Salavdor Allende to leave. Allende stays, his palace is bombed and he is found dead after allegedly shooting himself. What followed was a brutal dictatorship lead by Augustus Pinochet and backed by the CIA in washington. Six women who were then branded as terrorists went back to visit the place they were held prisoner and tortured. An abandoned theatre sits on the coast of a ghostly fishing village in the north of Chile. The village, known as Pisagua has been used throughout history as a location for concentration camps because of its geographical position.