Luxury Bunker Promises Members Doomsday Comfort

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Robert Vicino of the company Vivos is building a network of shelters, including one large enough to hold 5,000 people in Atchison, Kan.

Whether the world ends in fire or ice, a San Diego businessman has you covered.
Robert Vicino, the owner of the company Vivos, is building massive, luxury bunkers deep below the Earth’s surface and selling space to those who’d like to ride out Doomsday in style.
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Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, has begun to transform an old mine in Kansas into a massive underground shelter.

Whether the world ends in fire or ice, a San Diego businessman has you covered.
Robert Vicino, the owner of the company Vivos, is building massive, luxury bunkers deep below the Earth’s surface and selling space to those who’d like to ride out Doomsday in style.
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The Vivos Group

Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

“We’re a fortress, a shelter — we’re a community,” Vicino told the Daily News.
Vicino publicly launched the privately funded project in 2009. He’s building a massive community shelter in Kansas to go along with a smaller bunker in Indiana. Two facilities in upstate New York have yet to be activated.


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The Vivos Group

Plans for the bunker include a hair salon and a gym.

People who’d prefer to be alone during the apocalypse can order a “Quantum” private shelter.
The Kansas shelter, Vivos’ largest, will cover 2 million square feet with room for 5,000 people. The location was once a mine carved 130 feet down into the Kansas limestone near the town of Atchison.

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The Vivos Group

Vicino said about 25,000 people have applied for Doomsday protection.

Vicino said the military had stored Humvees there until recently. Visitors need a map to cross the cavernous space.
“It’s like walking through Manhattan without all the zombies,” Vicino said.

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The Vivos Group

The Kansas shelter will also have a wine bar, spa and dance floor, according to Vicino. Vicino, through his company Vivos, has begun to transform an old mine in Kansas into a massive underground shelter.

Customers would drive their own recreational vehicles inside the facility, where they’d join a community of survivors.

A family of four in a 20-foot RV can join for $20,000.

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The Vivos Group

The company owner said he is not stoking fear, for which he faults the media, but is rather resolving it. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, has begun to transform an old mine in Kansas into a massive underground shelter.

This won’t be some hermit’s camp. The shelter’s long list of amenities includes a wine bar, dance floor, gym, spa and theater.
Vicino plans to operate it as a resort for members in the limited number of days before disaster strikes.

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The Vivos Group

A family of four people in a 20-foot recreational vehicle can join the shelter for $20,000. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, has begun to transform an old mine in Kansas into a massive underground shelter.

He describes it as an “underground cruise ship.”
So what, exactly, will trigger the final, Earth-wiping catastrophe? Vivos offers a variety of possibilities: A nuclear explosion, biological war, terrorism, anarchy, a global tsunami and a visit by Planet X are among the scenarios mentioned on the company site.

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The Vivos Group

Private shelters are also available for those who’d prefer to be alone during the apocalypse. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

Even a single nuke exploding above the United States could fry the power grid long enough to kill most of the population, he said.
“New York is going to be the worst place, hell on Earth” if the power goes out, Vicino said.

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The military had housed Humvees in the planned Kansas shelter until recently. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

He suggests a few strategies for escaping the city: Buy a motorcyle or moped to weave through traffic jams and use a raft with a small motor to follow the Hudson upriver, ideally to a stash house stocked with supplies.
No matter what happens, each dark scenario has one common character.

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The Vivos Group

The Kansas shelter, the largest planned, will span 2 million square feet. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

“There will always be survivors,” Vicino said.
The survivors in Vivos’ shelter plan to lounge in the bunker pool or gossip in the hair salon.

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The Vivos Group

The Kanas shelter will have room for 5,000 people. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

“Those without a shelter will be scavenging for whatever they can get,” Vicino said.
He said about 25,000 people have already applied.

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The company website lists a number of possible world-ending events, including a nuclear explosion, biological war, terrorism, anarchy and a global tsunami. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

To those who accuse Vicino of profiting off people’s fears, he said the mainstream media has done a far better job of publicizing the threats than he ever could.
“We aren’t creating the fear,” he said. “We are resolving it.”

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At the end of time, New York City will be ‘hell on Earth’ if the power goes out, Vicino said. Robert Vicino, through his company Vivos, plans to build a massive underground shelter in Atchison, Kan., where customers can live in RVs for as long as a year.

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