Missile Silo Homes Frank Morris of member station KCUR in Kansas City reports on the effort to remodel old nuclear missile silos into homes. The U.S. government built more than 100 nuclear bases and silos in the early 1960s, but they were quickly decommissioned. Today, some people are finding they make for spacious and interesting housing.
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Frank Morris of member station KCUR in Kansas City reports on the effort to remodel old nuclear missile silos into homes. The U.S. government built more than 100 nuclear bases and silos in the early 1960s, but they were quickly decommissioned. Today, some people are finding they make for spacious and interesting housing.