The Mayans have warned us and other prophecies have laid out some scenarios that some just can’t seem to disagree with. With solar flares and solar storms bombarding our Earth and earthquakes, natural disasters and global warming becoming more prominent, some people just can’t seem to disagree. The Doomsday Bunker business is booming and Scott Bales, the owner of Deep Earth Bunker is feeding that desire.
You have probably never seen a fully stocked and ready bunker until you’ve watched the Discovery Channel special on Doomsday Bunkers which airs at 10:00pm. This last weeks special seemed to really ignite some interest in how much a doomsday bunker costs and what it takes to get one installed. If you’re still pondering what it takes to get your own Doomsday Bunker in preparation of 2012 end of the world scenarios, Mr. Bales in Dallas, Texas just may have the answer.
What can you expect to get in a bunker that is prepped for the end of the world? Apparently these bunkers have moved beyond the old ways of a reinforced steel container underground with freeze-dried food, water supplies and other necessities. Instead, these end of the world bunkers are prepped with class, style and luxury as well as long as you have a blank check or a solid plan.
The Deep Earth Bunker business in Dallas Texas can provide bunkers that have specific filters for chemical and biological attacks or problems in the outside atmosphere. There are extremely massive water storage tanks that can be integrated into the builds of these Earth Bunkers installed on your land. Security systems seem to be a no brainer fending off zombies, hungry humans or other problems from the outside world. Nuclear and air system filters can also be included at a cost.
With all that said, a bunker sounds like a lonely, cold and dark place, right? Well, you might want to think again, these days a deep earth bunker can include luxuries in life like granite counter tops, wood floors, bathrooms with high end fixtures and luxury accommodations, kitchens with custom options and full cooking arrangements and more. Essentially, if you like luxury hotels and you have a stash of money you might be able to furnish, build and construct the ultimate underground bunker that anyone can dream of.
No matter what kind of bunker you decide to build you are still going to be in need of some defense applications. It seems that Scott Bales has that all planned out too. You can get things like flame throwers, tsunami pods and safety features like hand rails. If you’re looking to figure out what you need, who will get it done right and just what you should be dreaming about this Discovery Channel Doomsday Bunkers special and info-laden piece is something you have to check out.
Doomsday Bunkers Trailer showing Scott Bales at Deep Underground Bunkers
Scott Bales, owner of Deep Earth Bunkers, puts his new invention to the test on his employees.
Scott Bales, owner of Deep Earth Bunkers, gives his son a tour of a completed underground bunker.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — A devastating earthquake strikes Japan. A massive tsunami kills thousands. Fears of a nuclear meltdown run rampant. Bloodshed and violence escalate in Libya.Northwest Shelter Systems, which offers shelters ranging in price from $200,000 to $20 million, has seen sales surge 70% since the uprisings in the Middle East, with the Japanese earthquake only spurring further interest. In hard numbers, that’s 12 shelters already booked when the company normally sells four shelters per year.
“Sales have gone through the roof, to the point where we are having trouble keeping up,” said Northwest Shelter Systems owner Kevin Thompson.
UndergroundBombShelter.com, which sells portable shelters, bomb shelters and underground bunkers, has seen inquiries soar 400% since the Japanese earthquake. So far sales of its $9,500 nuclear biological chemical shelter tents are at an all-time high — with four sold in California last week, compared to about one a month normally.
Hardened Structures said inquiries have shot up about 20% since the earthquake — particularly for its apocalyptic 2012 shelters, radiation-protection tents, and nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) air filters.