Utah mans 65k Prepper Bunker in Utah: A video tour.
How many of use can afford a Prepper Bunker 20 feet under ground? I would think many of use could not crape up that kind of cash and I don’t think you could find many banks that would loan money on a Doomsday Bunker. Although Peter Larson has done a great job with his bunker I would never invest that kind of cash in one that I need 24 hours notice to get to.
He say’s himself he pray’s for 24 hours notice and for many disaster’s that might be fine but what about the disaster scenarios that could be minutes or just a few hours. It just leave things wide open that I prefer not to plan better for. Yes Peter Larson has all the right stuff in his Prepper Bunker but what goods does it do if you are hours away. No bug out plan is prefect but for me this on just has to big a hole in it.
Now $65,000 is not that big a price compared to some of the luxury bunkers I’ve seen but you have to be able to get to it.
“But the vast majority of purported “survivalists” building “doomsday bunkers” to ride out an attack on humanity that could end the world as we know it are peaceful individuals who are nothing like Dykes. Take Peter Larson who recently gave CNN a tour of his $65,000 bunker nestled in Utah’s mountains.
CNN’s Gary Tuchman describes Larson as a family man. He’s a man who has a normal neighborhood home with a mountain view. But a few hour drive away into the mountains is where Tuchman has created a 50-foot long, 10-foot in diameter bunker that resides 20 feet under ground.”