Teen Digs Backyard Cave With Heat, Wi-Fi, Music System To Get Away From Parents
Did you have a clubhouse as a kid? I didn't, but I did have one little place near my house. It was in the woods by the creek, where I had found some pallets I was able to stack up to resemble benches. My friends and I would hang out there when our parents got on our nerves, and I have so many memories of laughing until my sides hurt there.
After six years of building, his underground bunker is of the sorts that would make any doomsday prepper jealous. It features a living room, bedroom, heating system, music system, and Wi-Fi.
He's since reinforced the roof and walls with concrete and columns to make sure he doesn't have a cave-in.
After it's all said and done, the entire project cost him a total of $60.
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