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Si’s Survival Tips – Food Edition [Video]

Osiris has released the second chapter of his video series about zombie apocalypse survival.  The latest Si’s Survival Tips focuses on scavenging for food in the wilderness.  Check out the episode below and subscribe to Bunker Life’s YouTube Channel to get the latest survival tips from Osiris.

WARNING: Osiris is a professionally trained zombocalypse survivalist.  Do NOT attempt anything demonstrated in this video (unless you are hunted by the living dead).

Isolated Incidents of Cannibalism or The Zombie Apocalypse?

This past week was bizarre and disturbing, full of rampant acts of cannibalism! The most significant being the Miami Zombie–a man hopped up on “bath salts” who not only chewed the face of his victim, but was initially unaffected by the volley of bullets fired by police to take him down.

If you have watched 28 Days Later, I think you know where I am going with this. Pharmaceuticals causing a cannibalistic rage in living humans is nothing new to zombie experts (watch this video for an explanation on the “infected living” also commonly known as “rage zombies”). Since the Miami Zombie, there have been even more headline grabbing incidents of cannibalism.

Zombie expert and survival genius, Ribovv, spoke to Bunker Life in an exclusive interview regarding the recent troubles. “I am at least 25% certain that this is the beginning of the end. This is how the zombie apocalypse starts,” said Ribovv.

Far be it from me to overreact, but the writing is on the wall. I think it is time everyone review their zombie survival plan and re-double their preparedness efforts. Need help figuring out what you will need to know to survive the zombie apocalypse? Stay tuned to Bunker Life and visit our YouTube channel for dozens of educational and instructional videos.

Don’t panic; do prepare! Stay safe out there, my friends.

-Si

Map of the Dead – New Zombie Survival Resource

The zombie apocalypse has struck.  You are on the run.  You need to find food, supplies, and a safe haven.  Luckily, Map of the Dead exists.

Map of the Dead is a Google Maps-integrated zombie survival map.  The map shows you where the nearest apocalyptic survival resources can be found, including convenience stores, doctors offices, military bases, and much more.  The map also highlights “Danger Zones” where the undead are most likely to be lurking.

Head to MapoftheDead.com and start planning your zombie escape route.

Map of the Dead was created by the Chicago-based ad agency, Doejo.

Si’s Survival Tips – Water Edition [Video]

Osiris has released the first video for his newest series about zombie apocalypse survival.  Si’s Survival Tips will feature helpful information for those living in a living-dead world.  The first episode focuses on water harvesting techniques one can use around the home.  Check out the episode below and subscribe to Bunker Life’s YouTube Channel for more videos from Osiris and the other Lifers.

WARNING: Osiris is a professionally trained zombocalypse survivalist.  Do NOT attempt anything demonstrated in this video (unless you are hunted by the living dead).

 

2011 Zombie Safe House Design Winner

Architects Southwest has announced the winners of their 2011 Zombie Safe House Competition.  A mobile, armadillo-like shell designed by Austin Fleming was this year’s first place winner.  The annual competition asks its participants to design the perfect zombie apocalypse fortress.  The designers have to consider food, power, waste, weapons, storage, evacuation, and (most importantly) how to keep zombies out of their houses.  The judges panel included a number of individuals involved in the architecture and/or zombie field including last year’s first place winner and Max Brooks, author of The Zombie Survival Guide.  Check out the first place design below, and visit the official Facebook page to check out all the winners!

2011 ZSHC Winner - Vagabond Moblie SafeHouse Device by Austin Fleming

Missouri Department of Conservation Offers Zombie Survival Tips

The Missouri Department of Conservation‘s official website is listing zombies as the newest invasive species threat.  In their blog post, “Flesh Afield,” the MDC gives advice on zombie preparedness for those exploring Missouri’s conservation lands.  The post warns of potentially submerged zombies in wetland areas, the dangers of a severed zombie head bite, and the pros and cons of seeking safety in a tree stand.  Read the entire MDC zombie survival article HERE.

WWE Zombie Survival Guide

First the CDC…now the WWE?  The professional wrestling company has released its own zombie apocalypse manual, “Grappling with Ghouls: Official WWE Zombie Survival Guide.”  The guide offers many important tips (ex: seek the high ground, avoid flashy clothes, and stay away from attention-drawing ring entrances).  Check out the entire survival guide as well as photos of the WWE superstars “zombified” at WWE Zombies.

CDC Releases Zombie Preparedness Comic Book

Last May, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention posted a zombie apocalypse preparedness plan on its public health blog.  This month, the CDC continued their zombie emergency education by publishing an informative comic book.  Check out the free novella on the CDC’s Zombie Preparedness website.  The comic book, titled Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic, includes a survival kit checklist and tips for hazard preparedness.  The CDC continues to prove that at least one government organization will be prepared for an undead uprising.

CDC Preparing for Zombie Apocalypse

The United States government may be more prepared for a zombie-related emergency than is generally assumed.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s latest post on its Public Health Matters Blog is about zombie apocalypse preparedness.  The blog entry describes how to make an emergency survival kit, encourages families to plan evacuation routes, and outlines the CDC’s response plan in the event of a zombie outbreak.  Be sure to read the CDC’s “Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse” for yourself, and visit the CDC’s Zombie Preparedness website.