10 Bunkers Made to Withstand the Apocalypse

There’s been a lot of news reports going around about World War 3 finally dawning upon us. It could very well be one of the most catastrophic events of modern times, and should all hell break loose, it is necessary to be prepared. By that, we mean actually getting yourselves to safety. There are numerous underground bunkers all over the world which can provide you with such, and below are just a few of them.

Debunking the Designs of Bunkers

There’s been a lot of news reports going around about World War 3 finally dawning upon us.  It could very well be one of the most catastrophic events of modern times, and should all hell break loose, it is necessary to be prepared.  By that, we mean actually getting yourselves to safety.  There are numerous underground bunkers all over the world which can provide you with such, and below are just a few of them.

Take a look at the photo above. It sure does look like any ordinary house along Flamingo Road, doesn’t it? Don’t let that fool you, for underneath it is an underground bunker built by Girard B. Henderson. It was designed to withstand any nuclear attacks in the event that such would take place. If you’re worried about getting entertainment, you’ll have your fair share of leisure with all the amenities provided.

 Lu Zhenghai created his very own Noah’s Ark. He was so afraid of the Mayan Apocalypse of 2012 coming true that he invested 160,000 dollars to creating this huge ark. It would’ve helped him and his companions sail across disastrous floods. However, the project was not completed, since his fears did not turn into reality.

Villa Vals serves two purposes — a vacation home and a protective shelter. It was created by SeARCH and CMA as a means of protection from apocalyptic disasters. The structure itself is integrated into the surrounding landscape, making it seem like it was part of its surroundings in the most organic manner. Up to 10 people can stay here.

This gigantic structure is called the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. It is located in Norway and resembles a futuristic take on Noah’s Ark. It was the result of a worldwide funding from various countries, including Brazil, India and United States, among others. This structure houses a variety of plant life, in the event that everything on the planet would be wiped out due to catastrophe.

 Gregory Gibbons and Bruce Francisco had a plan to ensure safety for themselves during the Cold War days. They converted two missile silos into underground homes which offered enough space and protection from cataclysmic events. For added precaution, they even constructed 9 more levels going deeper into the ground to ensure that no impact would be felt.

Brent Bruns stars in his very own reality TV show, “Doomsday Castle” on National Geographic. He was so convinced that the impending apocalypse is coming sooner than later, he had built a castle and taught his family members to use medieval weapons. That’s because he believes that technology all over the world would be wiped out by an electronic magnetic pulse. This castle even has a drawbridge, so that’s accuracy for you.