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The History Of Las Vegas' Underground House

The underground house on 3970 Spencer Street just went on the housing market for $1.7 million. But what's the story behind this curious Las Vegas residence? Why was Las Vegas seen as a prime place for building a home 25 feet under the ground? Historian Mark Hall-Patton explains one of Nevada's mysteries.

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Mark Hall-Patton, Clark County Museums Administrator

 

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