National Geographic has not yet officially renewed Doomsday Preppers for season 4.The Dräger teams, the Wise Food Storage Company and the United States Gold Bureau are sponsors of the show. Dennis McClung and his family show off their food production system in the backyard known as the Garden Pool; Lisa Bedford (The Survival Mom) takes urban readiness to a new level in preparation for a financial collapse; the Kobler and Hunt families combine their forces to ensure food production through a economic collapse. David Kobler and Scott Hunt are the owners of the company Practical Preppers that provides expert evaluation in recent episodes. Paul Range and Friends Prepare for Polar Change; In California, Christopher Nyerges Demonstrates Urban Jungle Survival Skills To Be Used In The Event Of A Massive Earthquake; Deep In The Heart Of Houston, Texas, Megan Hurwitt Hopes To Survive On Her Own And Escape To Mexico After The Middle East Cuts suddenly of its oil exports.
YouTube firearms instructor and self-taught survivor David Sarti is prepared for power grid failure; Utah's Kellene Bishop has stockpiled only the best survival gourmet foods in preparation for financial collapse; Kathy Harrison, Doris's Day of Doom, has prepared her community local for a New Madrid Earthquake; Dennis Evers unites family to survive global chaos caused by hyperinflation. Tim Ralston A survival tool maker (the Crovel), loses part of a thumb during firearms practice for the show; Jason Charles, a New York City firefighter turned preparer, demonstrates urban survival skills; Jules Dervaes prepares for food system collapse industrial; Pat Brabble insists on surviving hyperinflation by planning ahead. Martin Colvill lives on the road with his wife as a survival trucker and seeks to prepare for the next economic collapse; Donna Nash is prepared to quarantine all his family members to protect himself against a global pandemic; Kevin O'Brien is worried about losing his home due to rising sea levels created by the global warming or a polar shift. Michael Patrick Douglas, a land man in Maine, shows property techniques he thinks will be necessary based on overpopulation fears; Larry Hall converts an underground missile silo into a bunker to make sure his family is safe during any event; Becky Brown (from Grab n Go Food Storage) is making sure that she and others are prepared for martial law.
For Mike Mester, civil unrest is just around the corner and its goal is to prepare everyone; Colorado computer programmer Preston White has collected more than 11,200 types of seeds and plans for the biosphere to live in a future radiated by Fukushima, while his friends Shane and others provide supportive aid; Riley Cook spends her days working close to home and with the preparatory society building underground structures. Doug Huffman is ready to teach techniques to survive a second depression based on America's huge debts. Bruce Beach, a lifelong preparer, focuses on nuclear war and saving children on his 42 underground buses; Jeremy and Kelly, worried parents in Salt Lake City, prepare for society's collapse due to peak oil; Bradford Frank of San Diego works around the clock in preparation for a pandemic that could end life as we know it. John Major has moved his family to Idaho for a more natural lifestyle; Janet Spencer, an author in Montana, decided by her location to prepare for refugees fleeing disasters in larger nearby cities; Jackie Jobe, although she is new to preparation, has made great strides in preparing for her future survival.
Barry, Pink and Cole have the best urban underground bunker right in their garage; Steve Pace, a hometown survivor, is set to face long-term power failure; Carolina resident Laura Kunzie is preparing for a massive airborne flu outbreak. The coach from Texas, Mr. Wayne, based his fears of the end of the world on a Chinese financial takeover and has prepared many ways to survive such events. John %26 Cristina Salesmen are hardworking Americans who want to protect what they have.
Jason %26 Tanya has done her homework on how life and preparation can happen on a limited budget. National Geographic gathers the year by observing how some people have prepared in a similar way and tells the story of why the program works as a whole, teaching others that any emergency preparedness is better than nothing. Johnny O Prepares for Terrorist Attacks on Nuclear Power Plants. Jason Beacham is a 15-year-old boy who has been preparing for economic collapse since he was 11; Big Al is a musician from Tennessee preparing for a Russian nuclear attack with a secret and mountainous location; former Braxton Southwick runner from Salt Lake City is preparing for a biological terrorist attack.
Jay Blevins is a former law enforcement officer who is preparing with his family and neighbors for a global economic collapse. Brian Murdock and his future Colombian wife Tatiana prepare to move from the suburbs of Somerville, Massachusetts, to somewhere in upstate New York. Tatiana overcomes her initial reluctance to Brian's ways of preparation. Bryan and Lacey May are preparers from Indiana preparing for an earthquake on the New Madrid fault line.
They are accumulating silver and gold to barter, they have a large backup battery to support the wind and solar energy they have installed. They also have large reserves of food and other goods that they consider to be top quality for barter. Tom Pérez has been preparing for more than 12 years for the widespread chaos following the terrorist attacks with dirty bombs. Jeff Bushaw plans to take his family to safety following the Yellowstone supervolcano eruption; Allen and Franco have built sustainable food production systems in preparation for the global food shortage; John Adrain has invented numerous safety devices to turn his farm into a technological stronghold.
except from a wide range of disasters. Bob Kay, a nutritional scientist from Southern California, prepares for environmental destruction due to massive earthquakes; politician Joshua Wander prepares for terrorist attack, teaches others how to prepare and store kosher foods (matzos and MRE); Ryan Croft is preparing for one by growing sources food alternatives such as spirulina and worms. Doug owns a rock transport business in Tennessee and plans to enter his underground bunker with his family. Doug, whose line of work has earned him the nickname Rockman, also plans to use a hillside full of rocks as a defense to avoid possible threats.
It is also stockpiling coins minted before the 1970s due to their higher silver content, which makes them useful for bartering. Jeff Flaningham is a bachelor, native of Wisconsin, who is looking for a woman who lives with him in his decommissioned Atlas SM-65 missile silo located in rural central Kansas in the event of a catastrophic event. During the show, Jeff goes on dates with three women he has met through an online dating service. He then arranges a second date with one of them, Stephanie, to visit her missile silo.
Craig Compeau is a third-generation Alaschian who is preparing for a government takeover. Craig has set up a remote InterShelter in the wilderness of Alaska. We also meet adventurer David Lakota, 44, who depends on his intuition and connection to nature to survive a giant tsunami and the mountainous terrain of Hawaii. During the program, David and his girlfriend Rachaelle leave with minimal supplies from the Kalalau Valley in Kaua'i to the plateaus 4000 feet above.
Curt has built a fortress on his 80-acre estate in the high Oregon desert. The BOL is equipped with, among other things, a 3,000-square-foot greenhouse, an artificial lake, infrared cameras and a high-tech software system, and 30 “bugout” vehicles. Tracy Foutch adds armor to a school bus for use as an emergency vehicle. Dan Rojas uses a Fresnel lens extracted from an old rear-projection TV to focus sunlight enough to sterilize water by distillation and cook meat.
Rob builds booby trap system around his home near Dallas. Greg builds an almost invisible bug location in the woods. John Tucker builds a mobile apiary (with toothed wheels) for dating bee hives. Bret and Shane Maggio build a sniper tower with a quick zip-line escape.
The episode Nobody Will Be Ready features two men named David from Tennessee, who are preparing for a massive earthquake along the New Madrid fault. David Mays is building a fleet of drones to help him survive in western Tennessee, while David Nash builds a 14-ton concrete geodesic shelter in central Tennessee. Reports had recently emerged that Adama Lanza, the Sandy Hook gunman, had been a devoted survivor and self-described doomsday preparer. And confusion over James Yeager's rhetoric led to a widespread campaign against Doomsday Preparers.
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