Luxury Doomsday Bunkers Anyone Can Purchase For $25,000 In South Dakota (Daily Mail)

Luxury Doomsday Bunkers Anyone Can Purchase For $25,000 In South Dakota (Daily Mail)

FOR 25,000 ANYONE CAN HAVE ONE OF THESE: Article link at bottom

Inside the luxury doomsday bunker complex the size of a CITY in South Dakota where 10,000 people will prepare for ‘the end of the world’

  • Bunker complex is being created by California-based company Vivos at a military site in South Dakota
  • Each bunker is 26ft wide and 80ft long (8 metres by 24 metres) and can accommodate 10 to 20 people 
  • Bunkers were used by the Army in 1942 and built with reinforced concrete to withstand a 500,000-ton blast
  • Instead of windows, LEDs are placed inside the bunkers to simulate the different views of the outside world

A complex of doomsday bunkers in South Dakota that can house 10,000 people is being hailed as the ‘back up plan for mankind’.

Equipped with survival gear and custom-made interiors, the city-sized complex could save thousands in case of an asteroid strike or nuclear war, the creator claims.

Although the structures look imposing from the outside they have all the home comforts, including sofas, a coffee table and paintings hanging on the walls.

They even include ‘virtual windows’ with LEDs to simulate the different views of the outside world.

Vivos, the company building the doomsday bunkers, is developing 18 square miles (29 square kilometres) of military space in South Dakota.

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Equipped with survival gear and custom-made interiors (pictured), this city-sized complex could save thousands in case of an asteroid strike or nuclear war, the creator claims. The bunkers even include 'virtual windows' with LEDs to simulate the different views of the outside world

Equipped with survival gear and custom-made interiors (pictured), this city-sized complex could save thousands in case of an asteroid strike or nuclear war, the creator claims. The bunkers even include ‘virtual windows’ with LEDs to simulate the different views of the outside world

The bunkers (pictured, prior to development) are built with super reinforced concrete and steel walls and doors just in case the bombs they stored blew up. The company bought the old military space in South Dakota in 2016

The bunkers (pictured, prior to development) are built with super reinforced concrete and steel walls and doors just in case the bombs they stored blew up. The company bought the old military space in South Dakota in 2016

Although the structures look imposing from the outside they have all the home comforts, including sofas, a coffee table and paintings hanging on the walls (concept image)

Each one can house between 10 to 20 people.

California-based company Vivos is one of the world’s leaders in bunker construction.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5490783/Inside-doomsday-bunker-complex-size-CITY.html#ixzz59dqhcgsd
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