YouTubers Take an Exclusive Tour of a Private Secret Luxury Doomsday Bunker

This missile launch facility has been renovated into a $2 million luxury doomsday bunker complex. The units are all sold out so this video may be your only chance to see them.
Loukia Papadopoulos

Missile launch facilities, also known as underground missile silos, are vertical cylindrical structures built underground for the storage and launching of intercontinental ballistic missiles. Now, some of these complex structures back from the 1960s have been sold off after being abandoned.

In one undisclosed location in Kansas, someone decided to turn them into private and secret luxury doomsday bunkers. The units are already all sold out so you may never get to see them but the What's Inside? family got an exclusive tour and shared it with us.

"What would you need to live underground for up to five years? We went 90 feet into the Earth and toured what used to be a missile silo turned into the most luxurious doomsday bunker," says the clip's description.

And these constructions are no joke. There is lots of science that goes behind building these potential future homes, employing the help of NASA scientists to address everything from how to walk your dog to how to stay sane in small spaces.

From decontamination units to volcano ash cleaners, you will not believe what can be found in these impressive homes designed to withstand the worst. Meanwhile, they are also surprisingly comfy and of course luxurious!


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