A report on a fully outfitted fallout shelter — discovered in a West Lake Hills backyard owned by Craig Denham and Ellen Lampl — generated wave after wave of reader response after it appeared in this section Oct. 2.
Some personally recalled the sealed-up 1961 bomb shelter and the mid-century modern house up front, outfitted with extra security by retired Air Force Col. E.V. Robnett Jr., who died in 1984.
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Michael Barnes writes about Austin’s people, places, culture and history