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What it’s like inside a doomsday bunker for millionaires



Survival Condo Project Garage 1.JPGWhat it’s like inside a doomsday bunker for millionaires.Courtesy of Survival Condo Project

When the apocalypse arrives, life goes on.

That’s the possibility some are preparing for, at least.

In 2008, Larry Hall purchased a retired missile silo (an underground structure made for the storage and launch of nuclear weapon-carrying missiles) for $300,000 and converted it into apartments for people who worry about Armageddon and have cash to burn.

Fortified shelters, built to withstand catastrophic events from viral epidemic to nuclear war, seem to be experiencing a wave of interest in general.

Hall’s Survival Condo Project, located in Kansas, cost about $20 million to build and accommodates roughly a dozen families. Complete with food stores, fisheries, gardens, and a pool, the development could pass as a setting in the game “Fallout Shelter,” wherein players oversee a group of post-apocalyptic residents in an underground vault. 

Take a look inside one of the world’s most extravagant doomsday shelters.

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