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  • An interview with A.M. Geever

    Ladies, Gentlemen and ghouls, I present you: A.M. Geever! Well, an interview at least. At Zombie Guide Magazine, we’re all about the people who create content. To support people like you who want to pursue their own path, we’re here, dead AF, not going anywhere. So today we’re starting a new tradition of interviewing awesome […] More

  • Never travel alone

    Hey there folks, I’ve been gone for a while doing other stuff. But the zombies kept calling so I came running back to my zombie proof fortress! Really.. I’ve seen the data centre where they host this website, no zombies are coming through those walls! Anyway, hope you’re all doing fine, lets get on with […] More

  • Orsos Luxury Island, a zombie proof shelter

    Orsos Luxury Island, a zombie proof shelter? Yes it can be! Okay, let us first tell you what these Island are. Basically the’re floating, hyper-modern, house-boats. They have solar power panels, plants, bedrooms, extra rubber boats, a sun deck. So all the luxary a holiday home should have, but then to sustain life for a […] More

  • Sling System, EZ sling

    As many of you might know, you need a good firearm and lots of bullets to put the undead back in their graves. What a lot of people might forget, is that you have to carry your rifle around all day. Plus perform various tasks, while not letting go of your weapon. At a gun […] More

  • 1554 A.D., South America

    1554 A.D., South America – It is said that in 1554 A.D. a Spanish expedition under the command of Don Rafael Cordoza penetrated the Amazon rainforest in search of the mystical El Dorado. Lead by the Native tribes, they were warned not to enter “The Valley of Endless Sleep.” Cordoza and his men were attacked […] More

  • Try not to fight zombies

    Yes you heard me, don’t try to fight the damn zombies! Does anyone know how intensive fighting is? Now if you have a gun you might be able to keep fighting for quite some time, especially from a fortified position, but it will probably be a waste of ammo. Plus the loud gunfire will draw […] More

  • The importance of having a night watch

    By now many of you have seen the first episode of season 4 of The Walking Dead. At the ending of this episode, Patrick gets sick, dies and turns. The following trailer shows mass chaos, panic and the group leaving the prison. The first question this raises, is how did he get infected? Or did […] More

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    Zombie proof house!

    The house was designed by this Poland based company, in case you’d want a house like this… And if you can afford it of course. More

  • 1998 A.D., Zabrovst, Siberia

    Jacob Tailor was a documentary filmmaker for the Canadian Broadcast Company who visited the small Siberian town of Zabrovst to record a recently discovered saber-toothed tiger carcass. The body of a man in his late twenties, whose clothing matched that of a sixteenth-century cossack, had also been found. This cossack would turn out to be […] More

  • 1923 A.D., Colombo, Ceylon

    This account comes from The Oriental, an exatriate newspaper for Britons living in the Indian Ocean colony. Christopher Wells, a copilot for British Imperial Airways, was rescued from a life raft after fourteen days at sea. Before dying of exposure, Wells explained that he had been transporting a corpse discovered by a British expedition to […] More

  • Burning zombie trap

    Good day! I was planning on writing this yesterday, but you know life.. Okay my idea for a burning zombie death trap pit! This is an idea I have that can be implemented during any stage of the apocalypse. Adjustments might have to be made depending on the type of zombie you encounter. The idea […] More

  • Do NOT shoot zombies!

    Yes you heard me right, you’re not supposed to shoot zombies. Well not all kinds of zombies, of course zombies that die like normal human beings “aka infected”, have no problem being shot at. But the classic zombie, who needs a bullet to the brain, should not be shot. Let me tell you why… You […] More