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  • Supplies You Should Buy At Dollar Stores

    A dollar store is an amazing place for the beginning prepper. The aisles are filled with amazing, cheap products, and everything is only a dollar. These are good places to fill your kits with the little things and help a friend get started with the basics. These are my top five you got buy items […] More

  • Top Five Herbs For Your Garden

    67% of gardeners will be planting at least one her in there garden. An herb is a nonwoody plant that dies down to the root each winter. We have been using them for multiple reasons since the dawn of mankind. Herbs are amazingly beneficial on many levels. Every herb has there perks, so you’ll need […] More

  • How to Speak Zombie- A Guide for the Living

    Social Satire at its very best. How to Speak Zombie- A Guide for the Living by Steve Mockus (Illustrated by Travis Millard) is a zombie guide with a difference. This book takes a humorous approach to the zombie apocalypse and instead of advising on strategic survival plans and modes of combat, focuses on zombie-human interaction. […] More

  • 1971 A.D., Nong’ona Valley, Rwanda

    Jane Massey, wildlife journalist for The Living Earth, was sent by her magazine to document the lives of endangered silverback gorillas. This excerpt ran as a small anecdote among the larger and more popular story of rare and exotic primates: As we passed a steep valley, I saw a movement of something in the foliage […] More

  • Proper Etiquette for Looting a Store

    Everyone knows that once the zombies invade, all hell will break loose, and there will be no more laws. All stores will be fair game, and people will just take whatever they want. A Costco just opened up about a mile away from my house, and my first thought was, “Yup, that’s the first place […] More

  • The Prepper’s Liquor Cabinet

    Alcohol is the most socially accepted drug in the US. 86% of Americans have at one point consume alcohol at least once in their lives. When consumed it is digested by the liver because it is the only organ capable of digesting its enzymes. Alcohol is believed to be older than civilization itself dating to […] More

  • Top 10 uses for WD40 during a zombie apocalypse

    The reason I’m writing this is because I ran into a list of 2000 uses for WD40, while searching for a faster way to break in leather army boots. It turns out WD40 does an amazing job at making the leather supple, water proofing and making the boots look even better. It also cleans them […] 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

  • Busting prepping myths: part 2 – guns

    Hey there zombie killers! Ready for busting another great myth? One that will save your life one day? Good, keep reading this… Today’s myth: I need lots of guns to protect myself from zombies Now before you jump to any conclusions, I do think guns are useful for some situations, but not for defending yourself against […] More

  • Get Out of Town

    A major city is the absolute worst place to be in the event of a zombie uprising. The population density alone spells trouble, so the farther you can get away from civilization, the better. At the very first sign of trouble, you need to get right the hell out of there. In fact, everybody does. […] More

  • 1583 A.D., Siberia

    A scouting party for the notorious Cossack Yermak, lost and starving to death, was rescued by a local Asiatic tribe. The scouts “repaid” the kindness by declaring themselves to be the de-facto rulers, at least until the reinforcements arrived. After gorging for several weeks on the villager’s stored food, the scout’s cleaned out their entire […] More

  • Zombies in the Ancient World

    The massive popularity of zombies in modern culture is no surprise, with the undead showing up in every form of media, these days it’s hard not to be at least a little interested. However, some of you may be surprised to find out that an interest or even belief in zombies and the undead goes […] More

  • The Horde

    March 7, 1993 This is the first day that I start writing in the seven hundred pages’ empty novel because I feel that the scratch on my finger is taking my emotions to that place I do not want to go back to again. On day that it is raining, I feel hungry for flesh […] More

  • Learn how to climb

    Seriously, learn how to climb any object you may come across. Since zombies can’t climb, places up high will be your best hiding spots. Especially if you plan on traveling, but settling in a high place is also a good idea. Now if zombies can climb? Well if they have that much brain activity going […] More

  • Why The Toilet Paper?

    As of 2020, the Coronavirus has been officially declared a pandemic. Rioting has begun in many major cities, as supplies dwindle in these areas. People haven’t seen a pandemic at this scale since The Swine Flu Pandemic in 2009. This is led to a multitude of questions as panic and uncertainty sweep the country.   […] More

  • 2002 A.D., St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

    A zombie—bloated, waterlogged, with skin completely dissolved—washed ashore on the northeast coast of the island. Local inhabitants were unsure of what to make of it, keeping their distance and calling for the authorities. It is thought this was only known instance of a zombie travelling long distances undersea before the war. The crowd of beachgoers, […] More

  • Fuzzy Sidekicks

    Animals are our greatest companions. We love coming home and holding our trusted dog or petting our soft kitty. During the apocalypse chances are your beloved pet will become your greatest alley. Dog makes loyal partners, but some breeds can’t handle the stresses of disasters. Cats may be fierce hunters, but they aren’t very reliable […] More

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