Trump’s rise to power spurs spike in bomb shelter orders | Toronto Star

MURCHISON, Texas-Inside his football-field-size warehouse an hour’s drive southeast of Dallas, Gary Lynch is busy trying to keep up with orders for his solid-steel bomb shelters. He offers visitors a tour of a 600-square-foot model under construction for a Saudi customer.

Inside the nuclear bomb shelters being installed throughout Texas

AMERICANS fearing that society is going to collapse or President Trump will spark a nuclear war have been investing in bunkers to ride out the apocalypse. Sales of the mini-fortresses have spiked since the divisive billionaire took the reins – and terrified families are taking steps to survive Armageddon.

Why More Texans Are Buying Bunkers

Across the country, self-proclaimed “preppers” say they feel the heat of a changing global political climate. Cylde Scott, owner of the Rising S Company in Murchison, Texas, makes his living by making underground bunkers for those who want to be prepared for anything that may come.

Bunker sales on the rise after Trump win

MURCHISON — They were popular during World War II and the Cold War. Now, bunkers are seeing a resurgence in popularity. So what’s the deal? If you ask Clyde Scott, owner of Rising S Company in East Texas, it all has to do with the country’s change in leadership and a fear of civil unrest.

At Home With the Couple That Launched the Doomsday Bunker Industry

Today, refurbished missile silos are selling for millions of dollars to buyers preparing for societal collapse. Ed Peden and Dianna Ricke-Peden started the trend - but believe their structures can do more than simply provide shelter. By Matthew Erickson A view of Subterra, the home of the inadvertent founders of the growing doomsday bunker market in America.

Trumpocalypse preppers buy underground shelters from Texas company

A bunker manufacturer in Murchison, Texas offers patrons customized shelters from $39,500 to $8.4million People on all sides of the political spectrum have expressed interest following the election of Donald Trump Homes sleep up to 44 people, are designed to last forever and can hold a year’s worth of food

The pioneering paranoia of America’s preppers

Don and JonnaBradway recently cashed out of the stock market and invested in gold and silver. They have stockpiled food and ammunition in the event of a total economic collapse or some other calamity, commonly known around here in Hayden, Idaho, as “The End of the World As We Know It,” or “SHTF” – the day s— hits the fan.

‘I’m not paranoid … But we’re prepared’: They’re ready if country sinks into chaos

A determined group of preppers is moving to a rurual area of the Pacific Northwest known as the American Redoubt and getting ready for man-made or natural disasters that could create instability for years. It’s scenario-planning that is gaining adherents and becoming mainstream in what Redoubt preppers described as an era of fear and uncertainty.

Guns, blast-proof bunkers, gardening: Preparing for the end of the world in Idaho

Report an error HAYDEN, Idaho – Don and Jonna Bradway recently cashed out of the stock market and invested in gold and silver. They have stockpiled food and ammunition in the event of a total economic collapse or some other calamity commonly known around here as “The End of the World As We Know It” or “SHTF” – the day something hits the fan.

Survivalists growing in number in Pacific Northwest

HAYDEN, Idaho – Don and Jonna Bradway recently cashed out of the stock market and invested in gold and silver. They have stockpiled food and ammunition in the event of a total economic collapse or some other calamity commonly known around here as “The End of the World As We Know It” or “SHTF” – the day something hits the fan.