Ride out doomsday in a stylish missile silo (photos)
Deluxe doomsday living
For years, Larry Hall, a former software engineer, has been working to turn a '60s-era Atlas F missile silo in north-central Kansas into luxury lockdown residences in preparation for inevitable end-times. He says all units in the Apocalypse-proof complex sold out this month, and there's even a waiting list.
This conceptual drawing of the 14-story deluxe post-apocalypse home in the ground includes a silo cap with bullet-proof windows for observing the ruins of our planet, a food supply that could feed 70 people indefinitely, and supplies of purified water.
Not shown is an attached two-story subterranean structure, for a total of 45,000 square feet of off-grid, nuclear-hardened living.