This Nuclear Fallout Survival Shelter Sits 20 Feet Underground

By: David Ingram - Sep 16, 2015
References: atlassurvivalshelters & homecrux
Sit back and relax while the rest of the world burns from nuclear destruction in one of these comfortable underground bunkers designed by Atlas Survival Shelters.

Located in Los Angeles, California this bomb shelter manufacturer offers a wide array of hidden underground bunkers made from galvanized corrugated metal pipes. Guaranteed to last for at least 200 years, the shelters rest 20 feet underground with a staircase hatch entrance angled at 30 degrees to help deflect gamma radiation. The shelters also include a hidden escape hatch in the event of an emergency if you need to make a hasty exit.

This particular fallout shelter, the 'Hillside Retreat' model, includes all the amenities needed for a comfortable underground stay. Included is a master bedroom with a queen-sized bed, kid's bedroom with two bunk beds, full bathroom, kitchen and even a living quarters with a 46-inch television and reclining leather couch.