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Missile Silo Living

  • Aired: 12/20/2013
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Beginning with the Cold War of the 1950’s and continuing through the present day, Wyoming has been a repository for our ultimate weapon – the nuclear missiles buried in silos. But as arms talks have progressed, the number of missiles has been greatly reduced. Producer Margaret Benson introduces us to a couple who have found success in living in a silo.
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A Wyoming couple describes what it's like to live in a missile silo in southern Wyoming.
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