Canadian Man Buried 42 School Buses To Make Huge Doomsday Shelter, See The Insides
6Features of the bunker
The Ark is under 14 feet of solid Earth and it cost Bruce $300 for each bus. Bruce has been working each and every working day of the last 35 years on the shelter. He has made sure the bunker is ready for any and everything and is full of things that are required in case of emergencies.
7Amenities in the bunker
The bunker is full of features and amenities that one can expect in a home. It has two industrial kitchens. A living room, classrooms for children, and it even has washrooms equipped with running water. The shelter runs on diesel generators which is full of three months worth of fuel. The bunker has fully equipped plumbing as well.
8Other emergency arrangements in the bunker
An electronic radio communication station so information can be transmitted throughout Canada and the United States. The bunker also has bunks that are gender segregated and has cubicle shaped storage spaces. These spaces can be used to store personal stuff of people. Bruce had taken care of everything while building the shelter.
Bruce Beard has thought of everything while building this bunker and he has even thought of the first and foremost important thing called a decontamination room. Every entrant into the shelter will have to go through this room first. Bruce wants to eliminate the risk of spread of disease and radiation inside the shelter and this room will help weed out potential dangers.
10Hurdles for Bruce
Bruce has faced both political and bureaucratic hurdles in his efforts to build the bunker. Many government departments of the local government were not happy with Bruce’s intentions and this led to Bruce building much of his shelter without obtaining proper permits and has claimed that he and government have been to court over 30 times over the same issues.