Alan and Kate Burrows are married for more than 10 years now. When Kate was diagnosed with Multiple chemical sensitivity they had to move out of town. They have chosen forest as their new home, building themselves a house out of wood, mud and straw, hoping to live there happily until death parts them. But Council of North Devon thought otherwise, and after only 19 months the couple was told they’re violating laws and are now forced to leave their cozy home.
Colleen and Chris Otcasek from California were looking for a new house, and finally bought one in Woodland Hills. Their new home didn’t look any suspicious, up until they’ve found a large, concrete-lined hole in their back-yard, which turned out to be a bomb shelter. They were brave enough to venture and go down into the bunker, where they have found a shelter for a family of four, stocked with everything they would need for up to three weeks of staying. They found out that it was built by Alvin Kaufman – a self-taught nuclear engineer, who worked for the US Government in the 60’s. It explains why he knew every danger of the nuclear attack and prepared the shelter accordingly – with several sleeping areas, a water tank, a hand cranked air filter and enough food and other supplies.
Everybody agrees that Trump is a controversial figure, to say the least. So, there is some people in the US, who believe he can bring some awful things to the country, all the way to the end of the world. That’s why Gary Lynch’s business in Murchison, Texas is literally booming. He’s building underground bunkers for those in fear of “Trumpocalypse” or “Trumpnado”, prices of which range from simplistic $10 thousand to luxury $8,3 million. Maybe, they're really worth it?