The interior of a steel H-bomb shelter is shown in this May 19, 1955, file photo at an unknown location. Such shelters, equipped with bunk beds, lanterns, canned food, water, and a radiation detector, were popular during the Cold War and are making a reappearance in real estate ads.
The interior of a steel H-bomb shelter is shown in this May 19, 1955, file photo at an unknown location. Such shelters, equipped with bunk beds, lanterns, canned food, water, and a radiation detector, were popular during the Cold War and are making a reappearance in real estate ads. Associated Press file, 1955
The interior of a steel H-bomb shelter is shown in this May 19, 1955, file photo at an unknown location. Such shelters, equipped with bunk beds, lanterns, canned food, water, and a radiation detector, were popular during the Cold War and are making a reappearance in real estate ads. Associated Press file, 1955

Bomb shelters pop up in real estate listings. Reminder: It’s not 1962

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