Vivos Still Trying – New Site in Kansas
Robert Vicino, CEO of The Vivos Group, received a lot of media attention leading up to 2012 – promoting the idea of buying a berth in a bunker. His plans were grand, and relied on hundreds of people providing up-front money. Although many reasons were cited, my guess is that the Barstow missile silo was never purchased because too few people had paid a deposit.
While I am sure he would get customers if the facility was already built, it is hard to ask people to believe in what would be the first commercial bunker of such a scale.
Still, Vivos now has plans for a new silo bunker in Kansas:
Dubbed the Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort, it’s hoped the complex will accommodate more than 5,000 people “for a minimum of one year of autonomous survival,” be able to store DNA and gamete cells of thousands frozen within a series of cryovaults, include a two-acre dog and cat park and contain enough space for more than 1,200 full-sized motor homes, according to the news release.
“We know of no larger shelter other than the reported secret government bunkers, that unfortunately are not accessible by the general public,” Vivos CEO Robert Vicino said in a prepared statement.
A family of four with a 25-foot-long RV can join in for $25,000, according to the news release.
[Source: DesertDispatch.com ]
Even if it gets built, I strongly suggest that it would be the wrong place to be in a SHTF scenario. Here are just some of the reasons:
- The people you share it with will be either scared sheeple or ex-military nutjobs.
- The location is already well-known. So people on the outside will want in.
- Unless you live in Kansas or a neighboring state, in many scenarios you won’t be able to get there on short notice.
- You would be 100% relying on a for-profit venture to get everything right.
- There’s no plans for afterwards…