An idea that is not at all a new one, but is ever an interesting one. How much if at all should you trust outsiders (others) after Z-Day begins. With television and film depictions such as 28 days later, 28 Weeks later, The Walking Dead highlighting the folly of trusting people to whole heartedly, one can be forgiven for approaching the situation with little thought other than “leave no man behind”.
Posted in AMC The Walking Dead, Hideout, People, Trust, Uncategorized, walkers, walking dead, Weapons, Z-Day, Zombie Survival Tips, zombies
Tagged 28 days later, Awareness, defence, FEMA, hideout, Infection, outbreak, survive, undead, virus, walker, walking dead, zombie, zombie apocalypse, zombie survival guide, zombies
The Next addition to our HIEDOUT! series takes us to the Isle of Mull In Scotland and to Duart Castle.
Posted in Castle, Europe, Hideout, Island, Scotland, zombie, Zombie Survival Tips, zombies
Tagged castle, defence, duart castle, europe, fear, hideout, Infection, island, outbreak, scotland, survive, undead, virus, walker, walking dead, zombie, zombie apocalypse, zombies
Citadelle Laferrière This addition to the HIEDOUT! Series goes out to the South American readers or those with access to a boat!
With the ever increasing interest and awareness in zombies as a whole and the coming apocalypse, an enormous market has been born and there are those who seek to capitalize on the genre’s success. The latest idea from entrepuener Mark Siwak in Detroit is the creation of ‘Z-land’. A zombie themed amusement park utilising the abandoned buildings, warehouses and houses of Detroit and turning them into a fully fledged zombie theme park.
Posted in Uncategorized, virus, walker, walking dead, World war Z, zombie, Zombie Survival Tips, zombies
Tagged 28 days later, attack, Blood, detroit, fear, human, Infection, Max brooks, outbreak, theme park, undead, walker, walking dead, zombie, zombie survival guide, zombies
With the rise of AMC’s The Walking Dead and Zombies as a whole, It is important now more than ever to remind you of the often forgotten danger of infection.