Guy Buried 42 School Buses In The Ground To Make His Own Doomsday Underground Shelter
Homing mills is a quiet village located 100 km towards the north of Toronto, Canada. There is a 12.5- acre homestead that looks like a typical rural property, but the unknown fact regarding this rural property is really worth a lot of applause. The normal green fields are actually a private doomsday bunker that is being created by 42 school buses. These buses have been buried 14 feet into the ground.
The Ark Two
The name of this unique doomsday is “The Ark Two” having a measurement of 10,000 square feet. It has a capacity to accommodate more than 500 people at a time for several months and is equipped with all the necessary as well as luxuries things that we can think about for leading a healthy stay including food, plumbing, and underground well, a dentist chair, and even a daycare.
Bruce Beach is 83 years old and began this project in 1980 during the height of the cold war; the construction of this unique doomsday took nearly about 2 years and was completed in 1982. He was living in Chicago and working as an electrical engineer in the 1960s when the cold war had begun to escalate, and fear of nuclear attacks was reaching the heights. And it is due to this fear of nuclear attacks that he finally decided to move in Homing hills where he met his would-be wife, Jean. It was Jean’s family that owned the parcel of land where they would build their Ark.
It’s been more than 30 years now that this unique bunker has been constructed. Despite the fact that the technology used is outdated, the Ark is functional even now. On one of the website, he mentioned that he even had to visit the court more than 30 times at the time when ARK was under construction. This construction began without having the Government permits because the permission was denied as “there is a psychology against shelters.” So he went ahead with construction despite the lack of a permit as he felt that “it was a matter of life and death.”
Government officials considered this site as hazardous and wanted to it shut down because of public safety. They wanted to shut the doors through welding, to which Beach responded, “I’ll take (sic) whatever it takes to knock the weld back off.”
Beach had a plenty of supporters. He holds work weekends at the site where other survivalists can come and volunteer, providing themselves a spot in the Ark. In 2015, the Canadian Survival & Meeting expo held a gathering on the property, and one of the chief draws of the event was a tour of the bunker.
The architecture and interior of this bunker were so lavishing that you feel like to be on some another planet.
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