In the unlikely event a nuclear bomb ever is launched toward the Rocky Mountain region, here's the best place to take shelter in Cheyenne.

According to a recent Business Insider article, the biggest threat to the public safety following a nuclear attack would be wind carrying radiation up and down the Front Range.

Experts agree that the most secure fallout shelters are concrete or brick buildings with large basements and no windows.

The Environmental Protection Agency compared several different structures in their 2010 Planning Guidance for Response to a Nuclear Detonation. Their evidence suggests that the safest refuge after a nuclear bombing would be in the basement or underground parking lot of a five-story office building

With that in mind, we can confidently say the best place to survive a nuclear attack in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is the basement of the ANB Bank Building downtown.

Of course, our studios are up on the 3rd floor, so stop by and see us before you take shelter in our underground fallout bunker.