Holland Zwick was digging in the garden when a shovel hit a steel gate. It opened with difficulty and behind it a hidden descent into a real underground house awaited a man. The Zwick family moved into a secluded mansion about 5 years ago. The cottage was sold cheaply and the real estate agent was clearly keeping something in return. However, other houses in the area were much more expensive, so the family decided to buy. The trap door found in the yard became an explanation.
It wasn’t locked, but the steel door was solidly covered with a layer of dirt and bushes. Holland did not immediately dare to open it – just in case, he called his family and invited specialists. Behind the door opened the descent. The stairs led to a dark room, where a reproduction of the famous painting hung on the wall.
The next level bunker was fully prepared for a long period of survival: supplies and medical supplies were laid out on the shelves, beds were set up. Flashlight batteries were stored in separate boxes.
Interestingly, the room was covered in wallpaper and care was taken to hang a reproduction of the painting. Below we found a second home. This shelter was built in the 60s. As a result, it was decided to completely restore the bunker. On the ground floor, the family set up a recreation room.