The inevitable zombie apocalypse could hit tomorrow, next month, or next year. When the dead rise, you can be sure that the unprepared will perish. To make sure you remain a survivor, you need to train and get be prepared. The best way to learn essential survival skills, you should learn the basics of self-defense, how to make a fire, how to build a shelter, and where to find … [Read more...] about Spend a day at the zombie survival camp
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When the zombie apocalypse hits, where will you go? What's your plan? This video lists 15 of the best--and worst--places to stay safe during an outbreak. … [Read more...] about Video: Where will you hide during the zombie apocalypse?
We all know the zombie apocalypse is inevitable. But when the walkers rise, how many people will survive? According to academics and researchers at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leicester after 30 days of a zombie infestation, millions will surely die. But millions more might survive and live to fight! According to Forbes: Nothing much happens … [Read more...] about The zombie apocalypse: How many people will survive?
An organization in Nebraska is combining the popular sport of competition shooting with the pop-culture icon of zombies. Accepting zombie hunters from as small as they can safely handle a firearm (bb or otherwise), this organization utilizes the fun atmosphere of zombie-related events to expand safe gun handling education and raise awareness. In its sixth year, this Zombies in … [Read more...] about Hundreds of shooters keeping Heartland safe from zombies
In a recent episode of Fear the Walking Dead, Daniel finds himself in need of help in bad way. He is found by Efrain, a former drunk, who brings him to a place to get some water and then helps him by way of Lola to remove the really bad infection on his leg. Efrain and Lola helped Daniel with no other agenda than to be kind to those who are still living. Daniel later repays … [Read more...] about Undead Walking Survival Rule Of The Week: It pays to help