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    Hurricane Shelter / Tornado Cellar built into House as Bomb Fall Out Shelter in 1962 Its for sale

    I have a unique feature in my home - I have a bomb / fallout shelter. The home iks for sale TOO It makes a pefect hurricane shelter / tornado cellar / storm room and we have used it because Hurricane Charlie came within 15 miles of our home, Hurricane Kartina passed within 50 miles and Hurricanes Wilma Passed directly over my house on Cape Coral Florida, ALL did some damage BUT WE SURVIVED The Blue Prints from 1962 say - Bomb Shelter The home was built in Dec 1962 just after the Cuban Missile Crisis and the person who built it was obviously afraid of the situation and decided to build the shelter, Remember "Duck and Cover" ?? IF NOT GOOGLE that phrase. Of course when we looked at the house it was a BIG selling point because the walls are 2 1/2 feet thick and the ceiling is 3 foot thick You can see the vid or visit for all the details on the house which is for saLe for the right price So if you are looking to move to Florida we have your home - Safe and Secure --- with a room built to withstand Nuclear Bombs

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