If you’re worried about a nuclear blast, tsunami, earthquake or other disaster, then Robert Vicino might be able to help:
Where would you go in the event of a catastrophe? For $50,000, one man says he will guarantee your family’s security in the event of a nuclear blast, tsunami, earthquake or other disaster.
“That whole upper structure can be blown away, debris could fall in here — doesn’t matter, [it] won’t get inside,” said Robert Vicino, a San Diego inventor and real estate entrepreneur.
Vicino’s master plan is to build a self-contained shelter to be a safe haven in the case of a catastrophe.
Vicino is the man behind Vivos and his vision is a nationwide network of underground shelters for survival.
“There will be double layers and razor wire. This will be an impenetrable compound when we’re done,” Vicino said while giving me a tour of the site at an undisclosed location in the middle of the desert, halfway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Vicino plans to offer a solution that he calls the ultimate life insurance policy. He says his complex will sustain life in the event of an Armageddon-like disaster, such as a nuclear blast, natural disaster, chemical and biological attacks or even the predicted end of the world according to the Mayans — 2012. It is a scenario that has often been played out on the big screen and chronicled in newsmagazines.