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  • How to live out of a backpack

    Forget everything you know about traveling with a backpack. Especially those countless camping scenes you see in “survival” movies. You know the one I mean, people sitting around a campfire, stuff spread everywhere and then it fades to black and they wake up. Yes that kind of bullshit.. So let’s start with the basics, I’ve already covered how […] More

  • The Transformation Stages

    The stages of zombie transformation are the same that occur in vampires, with two major differences: in zombies, the onset of symptoms and transformation occurs much faster and has no relation to the cycles of day and night. Stage One: Infection. Symptoms of zombie infection appear quickly: within one or two hours, the victim will […] More

  • Guest Post- Exchanging fluids

    Good morning all. Things have been a little crazy around here, the end of the basketball season, karate classes, and doctor’s appointments. So, again, I apologize for the delay. Today I’m going to talk today about protecting yourself from accidental exposure to the zombie virus. We’ve all seen the movies and TV shows where our […] More

  • Busting prepping myths: part 1 – canned food

    Now that The Walking Dead hype is slowing down due to a long break between episodes, I thought it was time for some real prepping advice! So today we’re starting a new article series, busting prepping myths! In every article we take one prepping myth and bust it like Daryl busts open mushy zombie skulls […] More

  • 1587 A.D., Roanoke Island, North Carolina

    The English settlers of Roanoke, cut off from England, regularly sent hunting parties to the mainland to find food. One day, one of those parties failed to return. Three weeks later, a lone survivor of the eleven member group appeared at the colony. He told of a attack by “a band of savages . . […] More

  • The Zombie Fighter Jango stick workout

    Good day preppers! You’ve all come a long way in preparing yourself for the impending apocalypse. You have food, water, shelter, guns, machete’s and what not. You might even do sports to keep yourself fit. But…. What is you run out of bullets? Or what if you encounter other people in hand to hand combat? […] More

  • Obesity, a death sentence

    Obesity, a death sentence. Ahhh, good day all! So, obesity huh? What does that have to do with zombies? Well, a lot! In this article I’ll explain to you why it sucks to be fucking fat when the zombie apocalypse hits us. Ready? Cardio. For starters, you have to be able to run when being […] 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

  • How to Spend Your Free Time During the Zombie Apocalypse

    Surviving the zombie apocalypse isn’t all about running and hiding from zombies. If you happen to find a secure hiding spot, you’ll have a lot of down time to fill. Without television, texting, and the internet to keep us busy, we’ll have to find other ways to occupy our time. Sure, some of us can […] 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

  • Disease During the Apocalypse

    An often overlooked consequence of the zombie apocalypse, or any disaster, is the greater chance of death due to disease.  There are many diseases to consider on this topic, but I shall only choose those that will be the most impactful early on.  Simply, diseases carried by mosquitoes will greatly increase during the first years […] More

  • Top Five Best Hiding Places Nobody Thought About

    Where will you go when the dead begin to walk the Earth? Bugging out is a popular topic among zombie enthusiasts. We all have at least one plan on where we will go to outlive the zombies. Many peoples’ plans involve going to a big box store like Target or Walmart. With millions upon millions […] More

  • Zombie Milestones Throughout History

    Zombies have come a long way since they were first recorded in 1819 in Brazil by poet Robert Southey. They have had many ups and downs throughout the decades. Zombies have evolved from mindless monsters to in-depth flesh-eating characters with thoughts and feelings. These are just some of this genre most notable milestones every zombiholic […] More

  • Scary Science, Part 3

    This post contains spoilers! Reader discretion is advised! With the lockdown finally getting to people I figured now would be a good time to cover the ultimate isolation pandemic movie Quarantine. Truthfulness: 3/8 Though entertaining as the movie is the whole thing is built around scientific inaccuracies. Like all found-footage style, the movie starts very […] More

  • Helpful Beginner Gardening Tips

    Gardening is the number one most popular outdoor activity in the country. Every year 33 million households, or 37% of the overall population, will develop some type of garden this year. The average home will spend 32 dollars to yield 356 dollars worth of produce. The number one reason people garden is a tie between […] More

  • 3 items you didn’t think of that will save your life

    I’m sure about 99% of all our readers has a list of items they need in case of a zombie apocalypse. A lot of you probably have grab bags laying around, a cache of guns and/or other items to be prepared for anything. Well, it’s time to add a few items to that list that […] More

  • The Biology of Zombies: A Primer

    Part 1 Zombies have been around for quite some time. But over the years, we have seen an evolution in zombie biology. What I have noticed is that as we begin to better understand science, our zombies change. In many cases, our zombies reflect what we don’t understand about biology. As you will learn or […] More

  • Could They Survive: Joe Exotic (AKA Tiger King)

    Special thanks to Kappa-Nikki Krieger and Charlotte Hopkins for there help in this week’s article.   Survivability: 3/7   Who Is Joe Exotic Joe Exotic ran a wildlife sanctuary that specialized in big cat rescue in Oklahoma. He is hugely popular today due to a Netflix series based on his crimes titled, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and […] More

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