This bank vault was used by 10 employees and 5 customers to ride out the 2013 Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
Archive | May, 2013
I saw this shifter knob at O’Reilly Auto Parts. It has a screw-off top that opens to reveal a secret compartment for cash or other emergency items.
A new home owner was surprised to find a room in his basement with a lockable steel door. He found only an empty safe inside, and thought nothing of it. When he went to work on the pipes, though, he found a stash of silver worth around $2200. This page has more pics of the […]
These travel stash pockets, available on Amazon, fastens to bras or panties. This is great for storing money and valuables, especially while traveling. Reviews say they are comfortable and can be very inconspicuous. Women fasten them to their panties, inside their pants, but it it looks like they are getting into their pocket when they […]
The top of this antique world globe lifts up to reveal a hidden mini-bar inside. There is enough space in the compartment to store several bottles of your favorite spirits, coasters and glasses. This is a must for classically styled home offices and dens.
This full length mirror is hinged to open up and reveal a secret storage compartment with two shelves, necklace hooks, ring storage and pouches for more storage.
This spy gadget jacket button, from the Cold War, comes apart to become an emergency compass.
This Cold War Era coin comes apart to reveal a secret compartment inside.
These Cold War era cufflinks include a secret compartment in each to stash small assets and information.
This workdbench, made by user Greasetrap on Survivalistboards, includes a secret storage compartment under the bottom shelf. Remove the items from the shelf, and lift up the hinged lid. This user stores guns and ammo in this area.