TSIL436 = The Secret in Locker 436
There’s what the owner describes as “an irreplaceable, former U.S. Army base, consisting of 575 private military-built, concrete and steel, all-risk bunkers, now repurposed and affordably priced – ready to provide life-saving shelter for your entire family or group.”
Called “Vivos xPoint,” an epic humanitarian project the size of a city,” its address is Unnamed Road, Edgemont, SD 57735.
More detail about this 18 square mile area, from the Vivos xPoint website–
Vivos xPoint is located near the Black Hills area of South Dakota, just south of the City of Edgemont. The Black Hills Army Base was originally built by the Army Corps of Engineers as a fortress to store bombs and munitions, from 1942 to 1967, when the base was completely retired.
The Army then sold the property to the City of Edgemont, which in turn sold it to local cattle ranchers. Since then the bunkers have sat empty until Vivos decided to repurpose them.
B-207 and 574 bunkers like it are for sale.