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5k course of zombies, obstacles and quick decision making

 

 

In Americathe apocalypse prepared can enter a 5k race escaping from hungry zombies all while dodging and dealing with obstacles and challenges along the way.

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brain burgers, thyroid nuggets and skewered hearts, Zombie food to go!

We’ve seen some crazy stuff trolling the net here at Aaahh Real Zombies! but this is something new to us. With a menu including brain burgers, thyroid nuggets and skewered hearts this isn’t for the faint hearted.

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A Zombie Theme Park?

Detroit

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.

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Why Your local hardware store is NOT the place you should go in the apocalypse.

When people learn
of the nature of this blog, 9 times out of 10, when asked where would you hide
in a zombie apocalypse,  the person
responds with something along the lines of:
 “ Duhh that’s easy! Bunnings (Home Depot
etc.)”
First and last Mistake…..

Top 10 Zombie Survival Tips

TOP TEN LESSONS FOR SURVIVING A ZOMBIE ATTACK 

 As according to Zombie Expert Max Brooks


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7 Essential Survival Tools of the prepared Survivor

The Aaahh Real Zombies 7 Essentials to zombie Survival

HIDEOUT SERIES: Rutherglen Water Tower

The third addition to the HIDEOUT series:
The Rutherglen Wine bottle

Won’t Somebody Please Think Of The Children?!

Our tea cup human counter parts can’t be forgotten as we prepare for the apocalypse. If the movies we all love and hate have come to teach anything it is children are resilient and don’t appreciate being lied to. We need to give them the facts so we can help them survive and thanks to well known Matt Mogk from Zombie Research Society, we no longer need to worry, he has written a book about it.
 

This book answers all those tough questions that we will have to answer when the zombies rise.
That’s Not Your Mommy Anymore: A Zombie Tale by Matt Mogk helps paint a picture for children and allow them to come to terms with what will be happening to our world. Mogk proceeds to gently enlighten children about the warning signs of your mother turning into a zombie from ‘when her voice sounds just like daddy’s snore, that’s not you’re mommy anymore’ and does so in such a caring and informative way that he should be commended.
Not only is it going to be the perfect learning tool it is also a bit of fun. This well illustrated this children’s book has us here at Aaahh real Zombies! in hysterics.

 

Zombie Target Practice

We All know that practice makes perfect. This is going to be the case when the apocalypse comes upon us. We need to be prepared not only in where is safe to hide but how to become zombie killing machines.
People think we are crazy but there are like minded individuals like us out there helping us get ready for the zombies.
Zombie Industries has created life sized three denominational zombie target. The Tactical Bleeding Zombie target’s are designed to accurately represent an infected human. They bleed when you shoot them and even blow up into tiny pieces of bloody zombie mess.

The Zombies can take 1000+ assorted rounds which is sure to provide a substantial amount of target practice.

They are even biodegradable! Zombie Industries have thought of everything. I know what will be on my Christmas wish list.

Steph

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HIDEOUT : HM Prison Beechworth

The Second edition to the hideout series:
HM Prison Beechworth

Beechworth Prison, An infamous construction around Beechworth, Victoria, was opened in 1864 and closed in 2004. Serving as a correctional facility for up to 132 inmates. As former locals of this region we knew this building quite well.

Though closed for quite a few years, the building itself is still intact.
 The Beechworth Gaol is one of nine Victorian prisons designed on the radiating ‘panopticon’
principle which had proved an efficient, cost-effective design for easy
surveillance of prisoners by allowing guards to watch over a large area
from a central observation point.[1]
So straight away you notice the barbed wire on the walls which is a good thing, with zombies more that if they somehow managed to climb these enourmous granite walls as the majority of takes on zombies believe they have very very very limited feeling in terms of pain and would instead get caught in the wire, Long enough for you to deal with them.
The entrances (pictured below) are quite well protected and the below images are representative of the rest of the prison’s entrances. These are solid iron and have numerous locks on the larger gates, then large wooden and steel plated doors behind. Plenty of coverage from the approaching zombie hordes.
Pictured below is the main courtyard of the prison, the second from the front. As you can see there is pleanty of space, wide open space which is a good thing when talking of zombies. Again you can see the barbed wire atop the walls and that they are of a good height, out of the reach of a zombie who doesn’t possess a large ladder or bear grylls-like climbing abilities.
The below pictures further illustrate the walls and watch towers which are ditributed quite evenly across the prison. Plenty of murder holes to survey the area around the prison without beeing seen, at a height that is again out of reach of the zombie. The town, Beechworth, in 2006 had a population of only 2,645^2 so this is obviously safer than larger cities in terms of sheer numbers.
 One of the major problems however is how one gains access to the inside of the prison in the first place, with all doors barred quite substantially this is not an option. Because though zombies may not feel the razor sharp barbed wire, a human sure as hell will, one could try the old blanket and ladder method but it’s still quite risky due to the height of the walls. 
 
Sam
1-^ “HM Prison Beechworth – Sydney Rd”. Global Retail and Trade. Retrieved 2 April 2012.
2^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (25 October 2007). “Beechworth (Urban Centre/Locality)”. 2006 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 2007-10-01.