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?
“The 7th Room” is a luxury hotel in Northern Sweden, near the Arctic Circle. It sits on twelve columns in an isolated evergreen pine forest 10 meters above the ground. Hotel’s large windows allow visitors to enjoy the breathtaking views of Swedish Lapland, including the Lule River. But the most awesome feature the hotel offers is an open outdoor terrace with unforgettable views on the Northern Lights. How more exciting could it be?
The house is in Bel Air, Los Angeles and costs a whopping $250 million. With it handbag tycoon and owner-developer Bruce Makowsky dethroned the previous record-holder, a $195 million mega-mansion in Manalapan, Florida. The 38,000-square-foot mansion, which comes with custom-made luxury furnishings, houses 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, three kitchens, a bowling alley, a movie theater, an 85-foot infinity pool with its own bar, and a candy room filled with $200,000 worth of treats. Makowsky also included a car collection worth $30 million and 130 works of art, and topped his billionaire's paradise with a helicopter. The cost also encompasses seven live-in employees who will work at the property full-time.