Inside the underground Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort (AP)The weather is a constant 70 degrees F, and it never rains. The surrounding areas are ensconced in rolling hills and a lush cropping of trees.
No, it’s not an advertisement for retirement property in Florida. It’s actually the description of a giant cave carved in limestone that one man thinks would be the ideal community setting after the world ends.
"I do believe I am on a mission and doing a spiritual thing," Robert Vicino said in an interview with the Associated Press. "We will certainly be part of the genesis."
The land in question formerly served as a U.S. Army storage facility located in eastern Kansas. Local Missouri investor Coby Cullins bought the property from the government for $510,000 back in April. He then sold 75 percent of the land to Vicino, who plans to lease space to prospective post-apocalyptic residents, entitled Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort.
For those who want to purchase space in the underground dwelling, Vicino says they will be required to pay $1,000 forRead More »from Giant caves once used by military now billed as best place to survive the apocalypse