In the height of the Cold War, in the aftermath of Hiroshima, in the fear of nuclear annihilation, in the heart of West Virginia the surviving salvation was born. A huge bunker designed to house 1,000 people, most of which were government officials, was constructed and code named "Project Greek Island" for secrecy. In 1995, the secret was exposed and the United States Government ultimately revealed this buried treasure. It was nestled in the hills of West Virginia 750 feet beneath a plush resort. A few years later, the resort made the bunker a tourist attraction and offered tours for the curious.
"Not about Greek Island"