Vivos is marketing luxury survival bunkers. The overall scope of the project was to create a wow experience for the homeowner. So that they could live here and enjoy the facility and not just survive,” said luxury bunker creator. Survive whatever may come in comfort, whether it be a natural disaster or a future terror attack. “It was part of the selling point. You want to make it as comfortable for the psychology,” said Ralph Henrich, who bought a bunker. Henrich, of New Jersey, paid to reserve space in an underground luxury bunker for himself, his wife, and their three kids. The cost was $50,000 per adult and $35,000 for children under the age of 16. That’s nearly $200,000 for an average family of four. “Leather sofas, high end kitchens, comfortable bedrooms, artwork, a gym,” Henrich said of the accommodations. But as one bunker promotional video shows, today’s backyard survival bunker looks more like a five-star resort, equipped with everything from an indoor pool and state of the art movie theater, to a dog run and even an interactive classroom — all underground. But there’s only one catch, the bunker isn’t in New Jersey. “The location of this shelter is in Indiana,” he said. In case of a disaster, Henrich will have to get his family to the middle of the country where he believes it’s safer. Survival bunkers in Indiana. What a trip.