1998 WALLPAPER fashion shoot at the Greenbrier bunker's 25-ton blast door - the ultimate 'velvet rope' that promises salvation from oblivion for the chosen (if not fashionable) few
6 years after its secret was exposed, the glossy lifestyle magazine WALLPAPER visited the Greenbrief bunker for a fashion shoot: "...the only doorway to the outside world. She wear black mesh tulle and nude bodice strapless ballgown, $10,000, by Oscar de la renta. Sandals, $375, by Bella Freud. He wears flannel vest, $440; double-cuff cotton shirt, $390; fine-wool mohair narrow pants with side buckles, $520; silk tie, $115; leather tuxedo pumps, $350, all by Gucci." July/August 1998


The Graceland of Atomic Tourism Re-Opens

CONELRAD is very pleased to convey to our readers that the Greenbrier
bunker tours have finally resumed. If you are looking for the perfect
atomic holiday, this is the place to go! The shelter under the
Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, W. VA is where our brave
Congressmen and Senators would have re-located had World War III ever appeared imminent. The hideaway was exposed in a 1992 Washington Post article by Ted Gup. To read more about the history of the Greenbrier bunker, please read Bill Geerhart's travelogue The Greenbrier: Five Star Fallout Shelter





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