A man who buried 42 school buses to make a huge doomsday shelter is finally showing people what it is like inside the underground doomsday shelter.
With the seemingly neverending nuclear threats from North Korea its no wonder everyone is on edge. In the event of nuclear warfare, unfortunately, no one is safe, of course being prepared is important to many people, so much so that there's an entire network of preppers who often go through extreme lengths to be ready in case of an emergency.
If you are not sure what to do when war is declared, just ask a prepper named Bruce Beach because he has a plan unlike any other.
Bruce has created a bunker so unusual that you need to see it to actually believe it. He lived in Chicago for many years before relocating to a remote area of rural Canada called Horning's Mill, Ontario in 1970. During the cold war, he began thinking about nuclear survivalism. Between the years of 1980 and 1985, Bruce had a total of 42 old school buses shipped to his remote property in Canada. He dropped the 42 school buses into a massive pit and began to cover them with concrete for reinforcement.
Now he officially owns and maintains North Americas largest functioning nuclear fallout shelter which he calls Ark Two. Check it out below.