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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    This illustration depicts a family in their underground lead fallout shelter, equipped with a Geiger counter, periscope and air filter in early 1960s.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    The steel bunker shelter made by Rising S Company is custom made to their client's specifications.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    This Rising S Company shelter is dug into the earth.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    This shelter designed by Rising S Company sleeps four and contains amenities such as a kitchen, shower and dining room.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    A 50-foot long survival shelter is put in place before earth is piled on top to cover it in Montebello, Calif. These Ron Hubbard-manufactured hi-tech underground survival shelters are luxurious bomb, nuclear and chemical weapon-proof bunkers. They are are outfitted with beds, kitchens, flushing toilets and even fireplaces.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    A view of the luxurious living area of a Ron Hubbard-designed bunker, complete with leather sofa, plasma TV and wood flooring in Montebello, Calif.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    A view of the beds of the Ron Hubbard-designed survival shelter in Montebello, Calif.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    The outside of a fallout shelter designed by Vivos.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    This shelter, designed by Vivos, can accommodate up to 80 people.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    Inside this Vivos-designed shelter, there is a large dining room table as well as recliner couches.
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  • A Look Inside Nuclear Fallout Shelters

    A luxury-style bathroom is one of the many features of the Vivos shelters.
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