Pushing the Bounds of Sanity

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Pushing the Bounds of Sanity
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Kan. Couple Live in Former Nuke Base
Ed and Diana Peden converted a nuclear missile base outside Topeka into a mostly underground mansion. They bought it for $40,000 in the 1980s -- it was built in 1960 for $3.3 million. It held a four-megaton nuclear warhead in what is now the garage. Others are for sale: Click here. (ABC News)
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