Tatiana Danger spotlights “the world’s largest doomsday timeshare,” an underground complex with room for 5,000 that bills itself as “an attraction for the entire family, both above and below ground”:
It’s a modern-day Noah’s ark for the nuclear generation. It will house thousands of DNA samples and withstand a 20-megaton nuclear blast. … The shelter is located 50 to 150 feet below the Missouri River bluffs in part of a former limestone mine known as the Atchison Storage Facility. This facility served as a secure bunker complex for the U.S. government since World War II up until 2013, when the company behind the Vivos Survival Shelter and Resort acquired a large portion of the 2.7-million-square-foot underground storage facility. The Vivos shelters will also come with their very own “Cryovaults” that will house “reproductive gamete cells and DNA of humans and animals for a potential re-population of the Earth.”
Of course, cryovaults and underground volleyball courts don’t come cheap. A spot at the Kansas-based facility will set you back $25,000.