Doomsday Shelters Making a Comeback

USA Today Bomb ShelterOriginally published at USA Today, by Keith Matheny, on July 28, 2010

By Keith Matheny, USA TODAY

Radius Engineering in Terrell, Texas, has built underground shelters for more than three decades, and business has never been better, says Walton McCarthy, company president.

The company sells fiberglass shelters that can accommodate 10 to 2,000 adults to live underground for one to five years with power, food, water and filtered air, McCarthy says.

The shelters range from $400,000 to a $41 million facility Radius built and installed underground that is suitable for 750 people, McCarthy says. He declined to disclose the client or location of the shelter.

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