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Home subterranean home
by Andrew Kiraly | posted May 24, 2011
Author Susan Roy has a new book out, “Bomboozled: How The US Government Misled Itself And Its People Into Believing They Could Survive a Nuclear Attack." And how did people believe they could survive? By building presumably nuke-proof bunker homes. Her inspiration for the book came from none other than the famous underground home in Las Vegas:
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