(Video) He Shows Us His Underground Bunker. How He Made It? This is Really Creative!


Having a bunker for SHTF is necessary. We may never know how a collapse could happen and it's important for us to have a safe place to retreat to no matter what. If you haven't built yourself a bunker, then this video might give you a few ideas.

We definitely all agree here that it has got to be one of the most creative DIY bunkers out there.

This video will give you a tour of one man's Appalachian-based bunker and bug out spot. He's got everything he needs right in one spot. This is one bunker you don't want to miss!

Watch the video on the next page to learn how one man built his SHTF bunker in the mountains!

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  1. Frank McCarthy said:

    Just great until someone sticks a couple of tennis balls in his air intakes

  2. Corky Stock said:

    incoming vent should be shorter, heat rises out the exhaust vent, cool air will come in the shorter one, should improve the airflow

  3. Steven Cooper said:

    How does he keep it from floating out of the ground? If they sre not filled with water, the first rain and it will be out of the ground!

  4. Floyd DeGelleke said:

    What makes you think you could get to it in time? Are you just going to stand next to it until something happens!

  5. Floyd DeGelleke said:

    What makes you think you could get to it in time.Are you going to stand next to it until something happens?lol

  6. Chuck McLain said:

    What is this suppose to protect them from? Probably make a storm shelter, that’s about it.

  7. James Pallasch said:

    While anything might be better than nothing, this would rank close to the bottom on my list of bunkers. Great perhaps for surviving a nuclear blast but as far as a long term bunker, I have my doubts. Anything one might try in the woods must be camouflaged to avoid any detection. Vents should be hid in stumps, vines or heavy brush. Any noise would be a give away and must be considered. I have issues with his entry, exit points. No problem for a tornado shelter but lacking too much for a long term survival bunker. Perhaps several together, much like the space station would be better. I do respect his tenacity digging the hole in 9 hours!

  8. Samuel Helmick said:

    I like that, but I wish I had the money and land for that sort of thing. That is a good temp temp place, but I would want something more permenant.