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Doomsday Condos Available At Kansas Missile Silo

Still haven’t found that perfect shelter for the end of the world?

You’re in luck. Units are still available at a repurposed Atlas-F nuclear missile silo in Salina, Kansas, where doomsday bunkers are being constructed right inside its missile shaft.

The apocalypse “luxury condos” sell at $2 million a floor, all of which are completely energy self-sufficient and ready for whichever end of the world decides to strike first. Economic armageddon, zombie outbreaks, solar flares, whatever.

They’ll survive because, well, they’re inside a missile silo, shielded from the outside world by thick concrete walls buried below the surface, strong enough to “withstand an atomic blast.”

An indoor farm and life support systems are in the works to keep the indoor life comfortable, and top-notch security will be available to fight off any post-apocalyptic bandits who might ruin the party.

They’re also planning a movie theater, a library, a school, and the doomsday equivalent of a hospital. Everything you could possibly need, it seems. Heck, even without the end of the world, it sounds pretty nice.

And, if this turns out to be popular, the owner, Larry Hall, intends to fix up a few more silos. Four buyers have already secured their condos, spending about $7 million, and if my calculations are correct, that leaves 3 slots remaining (out of the 7 originally available).

So if you have a few million dollars sitting around and you haven’t built yourself a bunker yet, now’s your chance to get in on the action.

Before. It’s. Too. Late.

Rob Schwarz

Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. For nearly 10 years, he's managed Stranger Dimensions, providing a unique perspective on all matters involving time travel, parallel universes, and whether or not robots might one day take over the world.

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