Other than food, water and toilet facilities.
We came across an abandoned nuclear bomb shelter in upstate New York, near an abandoned radar facility. It was cool that you could just go down into the thing and look around.
Any salt mines near Denver? or will i have to fight through the New World Order U.N. Shock Troops and aliens living under D.I.A. in order to have a safe place to wait out an Iranian nuke?
Yeah, nice blog butthead.
Did you mean the "salt dome" east of us in Mont Bellview what gots fifty years of industrial waste in it?
And your "facts" come from where, exactly? Other than your blog?
>>This is an interesting topic but of course only if you want to live in a post nuclear-war era.
Living near several military bases has its advantages in a nuclear war.
Getting away from them would be the order of the day......
I’m only about an hour from Detroit but I ain’t gonna be cooped up in a hole with those people or anybody else.
Just stick your head between your cheeks and kiss your butt bye bye...
If you don’t die in the blast or the after effects, you will certainly starve to death or be killed for your possessions, Unless you have prepared in advance..
How would you know if Detroit was nuked?
No thanks, just let it hit me on the head. What kind of life would it be coming out of a bunker to a barren radioactive world? I’ll just take heaven.
“For example, just 1200 Feet below Detroit...”
Oh, just 1200 feet below you say? Well, I’m hop in my self-propelled drilling apparatus and swing on over...
Easy enough to get down there, but a lot tougher to get back up...
What could go wrong spending time with "over 5 million people" 1200' under Detroit?
And people thought the Astrodome after Karina was bad.
LOL! I’m screwed.
The closes “mines” to the DC area are:
Gina Mines, State Farm Real Estate Agent
These Eyes of Mines
Dr. Sabilika Mines, MD
The Water Mine Family Swimming Hole
The National Mining Association.
Frankly, following the logic of this article, my best bet would be to follow the subway lines to Crystal City or Ballston Station.
Katrina proved that is not such a good idea
I have my areas nuclear bunker locations. They are in a book called Personal and Family Survival A well written book. Has maps for everyone’s local area. It was published by the DoD Office of Civil Defense in 1966. They were given to everyone back then.
Kinda makes ya wonder what all the money spent on the Department of Homeland Security really gets ya.