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  • 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

  • Using Valentine’s Day Sales To Your Advantage

    Valentine’s Day is a day of romance. It is celebrated by 190 million people, or 52% of the population, in the US. Overall, the holiday is celebrated in 16 countries with couples everywhere celebrating their love for one another. With the average person spending $161 how can a prepper take advantage of such a festive […] More

  • Zombie Survival Course

    The Zombie Survival Course is made for those who want to take their zombie prep to the next level. It is a course designed to educate you in the art of being prepared, and gives you a chance to test what you have learned. This isn’t just any course. You will be using live fire […] 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

  • Survival Foot Care

    Eventually, there will be no more gas to keep the cars rolling, your bike chain will rust, and you won’t be trained enough to ride a horse. At one point during the disaster, you will have to walk. The average American walks 4,000 steps a day, which is roughly 1.5 miles. That puts a lot […] More

  • The Biology of Zombies: A Primer – Part 3

    Part 3 Rabies Rabies is a virus that has struck at the heart of mans’ fear for centuries.  It still stirs those feelings today, even though we have vaccines that can prevent people from dying.  That is, if it is caught in time.  Once a human starts showing symptoms of rabies, it is too late […] More

  • Tips For Surviving A Pandemic

    In case you weren’t sick of hearing about COVID-19 I recently found this great documentary about it. Enjoy!   [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mwc9QOQjoJQ[/embedyt] More

  • How To Make Survival Bread (Hardtack)

    We love bread! It is the oldest food known to mankind. It is the most prominent food in the world and is a staple in the average American diet. We eat on average 53 pounds of it a year. Bread is easy to make on your own. With a few simple ingredients, you can bake […] More

  • Reconstructed, by Richard T. Schrader

    Gerard Fourie was lean in his old age but still fit as a man prone to wandering in the trekgees tradition of his South African Boer ancestry. He had walked alone many miles that night along the railroad tracks, but it wasn’t an aimless journey because there was a destination clear in his mind and […] 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

  • Zombie Science 1Z

    Zombie Science 1Z? A lecture dedicated to the science of zombies? Zombie Science 1Z is described as a “spoof lecture on the real science behind the undead.” Despite the emphasis placed on Science, I attended the lecture expecting it to follow in the general direction of Max Brooks’ “The Zombie Survival Guide”; the skeptical and […] More

  • 6 Things That Never Make Sense About Zombie Movies

    6 Things That Never Make Sense About Zombie Movies #6 Why Don’t Zombies Ever Finish Their Meal? The premise of this has the underlying assumption that zombies bite people through hunger. And whilst that is one explanation, there is another: aggression. The human body is not exactly the most weaponised structure that evolution came up […] 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

  • Top Five Martial Arts Perfect for Zombie Defense

    Every prepper has one dedicated weapon of choice they plan to use to fight the herds of the undead. Wither you’re melee or firearms person, you trained yourself on all the ins and outs of that particular style of weaponry. But, what happens when the weapon finally dies on you? What if a zombie is […] 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

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