Ron Hubbard, an American living in California, has built this luxurious underground shelter that is all ready for use should there be any kind of disaster.
In a few years, we'll be reading about the rescue of several children that had been held captive in this bunker. If all those people are thinking of living in that relatively small space, they won't be smiling for long. We have covered doomsday bunkers before, from the stylish t0 those that are now eco-hostels, but these refuges have been in development since the 1960s. This month all of the units sold out and it looks like the waiting list is also filling up. To be fair, despite his paranoia, Hall has gone to great lengths to ensure the bunker can survive any and all disasters.
The walls are 9 feet thick and built to withstand nuclear attacks and shock waves traveling more than 2,000 mph.
So are you upset you didn’t get one in time or is there no way you’d want to spend the rest of your life underground?
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ATLAS SURVIVAL SHELTERS is proposing to lease this 2600 acre exotic animal ranch, 2 hours south of San Antonio, Texas, for the sole purpose of training it's shelter customers on how to survive in their bunkers. Step 2: Clear the AreaNow get your rake, and clear the leaves and sticks from the building site. Step 3: Gather sticksYou'll want to gather a bunch of sticks into a big pile so your not constantly having to go back in the woods in search of more sticks.
Step 5: Bury the main postsNow you'll need to find two sticks about 4-5 feet tall for the main supports.
Step 6: Lash the main beams to the main supportsNext hold the long beam at an angle to the main support and lash the two together with twine. Step 7: Lash sticks to the main beamsNext your going to lash sticks perpendicular to the main beams. Step 9: Add the sidesNow add sticks to the side of the bunker, at the same angle as your side supports are. Step 10: Add the leavesNow use those leaves you raked out of your way early on to cover the shelter. Maybe it is because of rising water levels, a nuclear disaster, The Rapture or a possible 2012 doomsday scenario, but all apartments in the  Survival Condo, a converted nuclear ballistic missile silo in Kansas, are SOLD OUT.

But why are so many people keen to buy one – especially as they are $2 million apiece for a 1,820-square-foot unit. The 14-story shelter includes a silo cap with bullet-proof windows for observing the apocalyptic wasteland, enough food to feed 70 people indefinitely, and supplies of purified water.
If you’re lucky enough to survive the apocalypse, rest assured that there is also plenty to do (apart from go outside). Our customers are welcome to tour this shelter in person and receive personal training from our instructors . The ranch has several amenities that makes it a family weekend including feeding animals, archery, shooting guns, trampolines, swimming in ponds, four-wheeling and exotic hunts.
Survival Condo comes equipped with a fitness center, movie theater, bar, pool, and classrooms.
It can be as big or little as you want it, and it's plenty easy to build (me and my little brother built it!) Besides who else you know has their own bunker?

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