A man has built a survival shelter, but this one is not just an ordinary bunker.
This is a luxurious resort located in Kansas, USA to help you get through your days in comfort while the rest of the world burns.
Larry Hall, a former US government contractor, has created a “survival apartment” in Kansas capable of surviving the end of the world.
In fact, it is able to withstand a direct nuclear strike, and reinforced concrete can withstand wind speeds of up to 500 mph.
Mr Hall said: “This project has the benefits of allowing members to own a piece of history, the coolness of a missile base, the protection of a nuclear bunker and the features of a luxury apartment. “
Pictured is the entrance to the luxury fallout shelter capable of withstanding a direct nuclear strike
Larry Hall bought the silo for $15million in 2008 for just $300,000 (£238,000) and in 2010 transformed a 200ft deep building into a luxurious 15-storey building.
Pictured is Larry Hall, a former government contractor who built the complex for a ‘what if’ scenario
Pictured is the indoor pool inside the luxury resort to help keep you fit during the apocalypse.
It also includes a cinema room and, in addition to the purchase price of a unit, owners have to spend $2,500 (£1,986) a month to cover living expenses.
Behind the eight-ton steel doors are 15 floors including a swimming pool, sauna and steam room, library, classroom, climbing wall, arcade, cinema and gym to keep residents entertained .
The common areas are on the upper levels, while the individual accommodations are below.
There is also an aquaponics area to help you grow fresh fruits and vegetables.
But there are also practical amenities such as an infirmary, food stores, and living quarters to keep survivors healthy and comfortable.
And in case you don’t know which floor it’s on, there’s an elevator that tells you if you’re on the ‘mechanical level’, ‘store level’ or ‘medical level’.
Also, it comes with camouflage gear, guns, and helmets in case you need to fight off intruders.
Pictured is one of the bedrooms with a fake window to help you feel a little less claustrophobic
There’s also a gym, and you can access the building’s many floors via a high-speed smart elevator.
Pictured is a game room in the condo. The common areas are on the upper levels, while the individual accommodations are below.
Also, it is guarded by security guards and also has CCTV cameras to ensure your safety.
It was once a US Government missile silo during the Cold War and was built in the early 1960s at a cost of $15m (£11m).
It was one of 72 structures built to protect a nuclear warhead 100 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Nagasaki.
Mr Hall bought the silo for $15million in 2008 for just $300,000 (£238,000) and in 2010 he transformed a 200ft deep building into a luxurious 15-storey building.
Pictured is a helipad atop the megastructure. It is designed for the super rich and millionaires to escape the end of the world.
Up to 75 people could survive five years in the cordoned off bunker.
But that comes at a price, as it’s between $1.5m (£1.2m) and $4.5m (£3.6m) to buy a place in the silo.
On top of the purchase price of a unit, owners have to spend $2,500 (£1,986) a month to cover living expenses.
Mr. Hall said: “All of our employees are self-made millionaires. They are very successful: doctors, engineers, lawyers, international businessmen… almost all of them have children. And they are preoccupied with the “what if” scenario.
After a renewed interest following the Covid pandemic, it now has several other structures in development in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Speaking to the Guardian, Mr Hall said: “So we’ll have people making bread and coffee, people can advertise their yoga class on the blackboard in the cafe, and we’re going to stack this crate full of deli meats. of three different species of tilapia that are grown in the nearby aquaponics facility.