Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Map of the Dead

An awesome new service is available to help the hapless survive the coming zombie apocalypse. Called the Map of the Dead, it is an interactive map that will show you where the danger zones are across the country and where you can get the necessary equipment and supplies to make it through the End of Times.

For example, my area is apparently one that would be heavily infested with zombies, but as the screen cap shows, I have an Army National Guard unit close by, along with sporting goods stores, a gun shop, and grocery stores. It also highlights potential zombie breeding grounds by identifying local cemeteries.

According to the service, the purpose of the project is to help you find places near you that are likely to have resources to help you survive the zombie apocalypse. Or places to avoid. And while it admits the Internet will likely be down when the world is coming to an end, it recommends using the handy print feature to have a hard copy on hand.

Built by doejo, it notes that more man-made structures an area has the greater the likelihood of danger from large pockets of zombies. It would behoove you to move yourself to more open, rural areas...though as The Walking Dead has shown, even that can't save you from a herd. Before that happens though, now would be a good time to peruse the map and plan accordingly.


  1. Ah crap.... I am smack in the middle of a red zone. I could always head to the town beside of us. Appalachia is relatively zombie free.... from the inhabitants there, the zombies must not smell brains.

    1. I hear ya! Fortunately, as noted, I've got tanks and howitzers to back me up.


  2. Make sure you stock up on some high quality samuri swords and a bow as well...bullets run out but those will last forever...though it means for some closer zombie combat so buyer beware.

    1. I did notice Harbor Freight Tools had some great machetes going for less than $5 each. Might be worthwhile to stock up!


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