For most Americans West Virginia is the remote, wild “Hillbilly Country“ deep in the Appalachians. During the fall the mountains blaze with color. But underneath this idyllic landscape lurks hell: a labyrinth of narrow, dark tunnels, where miners crawl on their hands and knees all day long. Metallurgical coal, a vital ingredient for the steel industry, the “black gold“ of West Virginia, once built the USA. Today West Virginia is one of the poorest states. And it is Trump-land, since the President promised to bring the old black heart of America back to life.