A Silicon Valley tech executive forgot how to unlock his underground bunker in New Zealand, according to a recent report.
Purchasing and converting underground bunkers into luxury shelters was a growing trend among the wealthy elite before the coronavirus pandemic, and now some preppers are taking refuge there.
New Zealand is one of the most popular spots to build a get-away estate, because of its secluded nature and scenic beauty.
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Some of the nation’s most wealthy are taking refuge in private bunkers during the coronavirus outbreak, but one Silicon Valley executive who escaped to his underground bunker in New Zealand forgot how to unlock it, according to a report by Bloomberg’s Olivia Carville.
Gary Lynch, the general manager of Rising S Co, a Texas-based doomsday shelter provider, told the news outlet he received a call in early March from the businessman asking how to unlock his shelter, which he had never used before, as well as asking questions about the power, water heater, and air filters.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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