The owner of an underground Doomsday bunker in the Midwest says business is booming.
Larry Hall, the owner of the Survival Condo Project, gave Inside Edition a peek behind the 16,000-pound doors of the bunker, which is housed in an abandoned missile silo in Kansas.
"Since the election of Donald Trump, we've seen a whole new demographic of people calling in, people that didn't know we existed before," he said.
An elevator takes guests to a full-floor residential unit that's more than 100 feet underground.
There are 12 units where guests can theoretically ride out a nuclear disaster in luxurious comfort.
The condos are outfitted with amenities while "windows" — high definition televisions — show the outside world.
Common areas include a movie theater, a rock climbing wall and a shooting rage. There's also a pool and a waterslide.
There's even an underground farm that where fresh fruits and vegetables can grow, while wind and diesel generators provide power.
"We have fuel to run these disels for two-and-a-half years," Hall said.
One Seattle couple, Renee and Robert, bought a 920-square unit for $1.5 million. They say they're prepared in case of the worst.