Last year, we took a look at the booming real estate business surrounding unused military bunkers, and the people who wanted one for posterity, luxury, or as a way to ride out the impending December 21, 2012 apocalypse. Wired spent some time with Bruce Townsley, a former Chicagoan who dreamt of owning a missile base for over a decade before he finally bought an Atlas F site in Texas. Rather than an impenetrable survival fortress, Townsley sees his silo as an ongoing project, one to keep him busy for the rest of his life. To read more and see some great photos of Townsley's bunker-turned-bachelor-pad, take a look at the full article at the source link below.
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