A couple buys a new home and finds a very surprising secret underneath its grounds
One always dreams of buying a house that has big rooms, a great kitchen and even a big yard so that children could play and pets have a place to roam around. A couple in California brought one such home in order to spend some quality time, but they got a nifty surprise when they discovered that their house came with a built in safety feature that no other house provides in today’s time. Check out what the surprise was for the happy couple.
1 The couple who brought the home
Colleen and Chris Otcaseck brought a new home in the Woodland Hills area with the dream of living in comfort in a good home. The house had a big and great kitchen, large bedrooms and a big backyard which made it the ideal home for any couple investing in some property for their own use. However, when they brought the house, it came with a secret of its own. The backyard had a concrete lined hole in the ground and when they asked the realtor, he revealed that the hole was the entrance to a 1960s fallout shelter built by the previous and original owner of the house. They decided to check it out and were greeted by a ladder which went down 15 feet in the ground. The shelter was cemented out several years ago and it was created during the high tension of Cold War during the 60s between USA and Soviet Union when the possibility of a nuclear attack was a reality. The couple invited people from local radio station KPCC and explored the shelter which threw some real surprises.