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Luxury converted nuclear missile silo

A Cold War-era missile silo in rural northeast Kansas that housed a nuclear warhead 65 years ago has been converted into an underground mansion.

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In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann appear in the great room at their Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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This Nov. 2, 2017 photo shows the entrance to the Subterra Airbnb, located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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This Nov. 2, 2017 photo shows the launch control panel for the Atlas missile at a silo missile base that has been converted into the Subterra Airbnb near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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This Nov. 2, 2017 photo shows the area that houses the main room for the Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. It is the reception area and the passage way to the lower level. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann appear in the reception area of their Subterra Airbnb, located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann appear at their Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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This Nov. 2, 2017 photo shows Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann at their Subterra Airbnb, located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. This is the area where the intercontinental ballistic missile was kept. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann prepare a guest room at their Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann stand on top of the bunker that once housed an intercontinental ballistic missile at their Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago. (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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In this Nov. 2, 2017 photo, Mathew Fulkerson and his wife Leigh Ann pose at their Subterra Airbnb located in a former underground missile silo base near Eskridge, Kan. The Subterra Castle Airbnb opened for business about six months ago (Thad Allton/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)