This Typical Las Vegas Home Is Hiding An Amazing Underground Secret

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A wealthy business man, Girard Henderson, wanted to build his dream house. Do note that this was back during the Cold War in the 1970s. Girard was a bit eccentric and a bit paranoid. He was afraid of an all out nuclear war between the USA and Russia.

To protect his family he built a 15,200-square-foot second house and ‘hid’ it. I want to know… how do you hide a house that huge?! How he kept his second home hidden will absolutely amaze you.

Now rememeber, shhh, it’s a secret.

Here is the first house he built. Okay, so where’s the second house?

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Right here. Wait, that doesn’t look like sky. Where is this place?

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Where is the entrance to the second house? This way, please.

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Shut the front door! It’s a hidden elevator. Going down…

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His second house is ‘underneath’ his first house. Genius or Crazy?

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Master bathroom with double vanity sink. Luxurious, but it’s pink!

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Fully equipped kitchen – again, what’s with the pink?!

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Ballroom for entertaining. Well, at least it’s yellow.

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Can’t entertain without an outdoor grill, if you can find it.

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Want a room with a view? Uh, it’s a painting by the way.

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Let’s go from a swim or a dip in the jacuzzi.

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Or sit and take in the breathtaking view of the great ‘fake’ outdoors.

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(source messynessychic)