Fort Wayne residents have a place to hide during a zombie apocalypse: Vivos Indiana.
But while waiting for the zombies to invade, they might want to check out similar caverns in Kansas that Vicino, the owner, envisions to be a fun place for members to take vacations and learn survival skills.
According to its website, Vivos Indiana is one of the most strategically located, Level 5 nuclear hardened shelters available, able to withstand a 20 megaton blast within just a few miles. But before you get too excited, this impervious underground complex will only accommodate 80 people for a minimum of one year of autonomous survival.
Very few co-ownership accommodations are remaining within the Vivos Indiana shelter. Pricing per adult is $50,000, and $35,000 per child.
Still, one could argue its strategic location is a pretty good deal. This Vivos shelter is centrally located within a one-day drive from virtually everywhere in the Midwest and Eastern Seaboard of America, and far from any known nuclear targets, the New Madrid fault line, the Mississippi River, and all oceans that might cause submersion as a result of a tsunami-type event.
But don't wait until the last minute to reserve your spot.
"I've heard people say, `I will just show up at the door,"' Vivos creator, Vicino says. "Our response is, `great, where is the door?' At our secret shelters, you don't know where to go, and your cash will be worthless at that time."
Vicino says he won't say specifically where Vivos Indiana is located because he fears there would be anarchy in the event of a world-changing catastrophe.
What about you? Where will you hide during the zombie apocalypse? Have you made your reservations?