Ed Peden pauses before walking through a 120-foot lighted concrete-and-steeel tunnel leading to the underground entrance to his home at Subterra Castle, a converted nuclear missile base about 25 miles west of Topeka.
Ed Peden pauses before walking through a 120-foot lighted concrete-and-steeel tunnel leading to the underground entrance to his home at Subterra Castle, a converted nuclear missile base about 25 miles west of Topeka. James A. Fussell The Kansas City Star
Ed Peden pauses before walking through a 120-foot lighted concrete-and-steeel tunnel leading to the underground entrance to his home at Subterra Castle, a converted nuclear missile base about 25 miles west of Topeka. James A. Fussell The Kansas City Star

Cold War missile site now a cozy underground home

May 18, 2015 07:00 AM

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