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Girard Henderson, a wealthy business man back in the 1970s during the Cold War, wanted to build a house for himself. He was afraid of a nuclear war between USA and Russia and therefore, wanted to protect his family. He did that by building a second house that was worth 15,200 sq. ft. of area and hid it. Where did he hide a house? Read on to find out!

The first house that he built!Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson2

This is the second house, notice something weird about the sky?Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson3

How do you enter this house? Look on!Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson4

Hidden elevator is uber cool!Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson5

The second house, if you haven’t guessed already, is built below the first one.Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson6

Master bathroom that has a double vanity sink.Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson7

Fully equipped kitchen!Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson8

For entertainment – A Ballroom.Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson9

Outdoor grill was a must, right?Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson10

Here’s a room with a view – actually, a painting!Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson11

Let’s try out the Jacuzzi.Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson12

Check out the amazing fake outdoors.Las Vegas Home Built and Hidden in 1970s by Girard Henderson13

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