In case of nuclear disaster, this underground home, built in the 1970s, will definitely keep you safe. It’s situated 26 feet underground and can be found at 3970 Spencer Street in Las Vegas. Featuring several bedrooms, three bathrooms, two hot tubs, a swimming pool, a putting green, fake trees, flowers, and even a dance floor. According to the realtors who recently sold this home for over $1-million, a family could live here for up to a year after a nuclear blast. Continue reading for more.
A new perceived threat followed World War II and the Cold War. A fear of getting hit by the nuclear “big one” became a way of life for Americans and other countries all over the world.
School drills telling kids to hide under desks didn’t quell the nerves of some families. With paranoia lurking everywhere, underground shelters began to pop up across the globe.
Author and photographer Richard Ross sought these shelters out during his travels and documented them for his project, “Waiting for the End of the World.”