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Map of the Dead

A zombie survival map, enter your zip code and see where useful things are.

10 Responses to “Map of the Dead”

  1. Alex Says:

    Sweet, my area is wrong. The hardware store listed is gone, but the gun store three doors down isn’t!!

  2. mikee Says:

    For me in a suburb of Austin, TX, the map lists a grocery store, pharmacy and medical center nearby, but not the closest ones of each category.

    The map also shows a few gun dealers in Austin, nearby National Guard recruitment centers (but not several nearby armories) and even about 1/4 of the local hardware stores.

    No Walmarts are listed, and they sell everything one needs for an Apocalypse.

    It misses several more locations of each category above.

    And it doesn’t have the two biggest gun stores for 50 miles around listed at all.

    On the other hand, I know where all those stores and facilities are, so I have that going for me.

  3. HL Says:

    No Walmarts are listed, and they sell everything one needs for an Apocalypse.

    There are an awful lot of people whose SHTF strategy is to head to Walmart.

    I try to avoid them during the best of times. No way I’d go there when things are looking all “apoccy”.

  4. mikee Says:

    IF you are using this map after the Apocalypse, you are already neck deep in the brown stuff.

    And yes, I absolutely avoid Walmart after dark, never go there on weekends, and when possible on days ending in “y” I drive right past it, but sometimes there it is and there I am, and it works out ok.

  5. HL Says:

    I’m with you mikee. I will go there when I must. Around these parts (East TN) at least, it appears the Zombies have already found Walmart.

    Though a trip to a Los Angelos Walmart a few years ago revealed that things are not any different in the various “Peoples’ Repuliks” around the country.

    If anything, the Torrance, CA Walmart was worse than the Powell, TN offering.

  6. Texas Jack 1940 Says:

    The only ammo my (two) nearby Walmarts don’t carry that I want are M2 Ball (Garand) and .303 British (Enfield). They normally have 9 mm, .22, .22WMR, .30 Carbine, and 7.62×39 on the shelf. They also always have 12 and 20 Ga. shotshells available. Major advantage, I don’t have to sign anything or wait for my purchase to ship from Lord-knows-where.
    As far as other needs are concerned, I have at least 3 months’s worth of food in the pantry, and keep it that way with semi-monthly stops at Sam’s and Walmart.
    One hour notice; fill water containers.
    One day notice; store for whatever, gas, fill water.
    Any longer, I might consider relocating inland.

  7. Snowdog Says:

    only thing i use Walmart for myself is ammo and work clothes.

  8. DirtCrashr Says:

    Wal-Mart has good prices on ammo, but it is seldom seen around these high-falutin’ Google-Peninsula parts. All the zombies seem to work at Google where they stagger out into traffic looking at a little thing in their palm, talking to the wind.

  9. Brad Says:

    What a fun resource.

  10. Jennifer Says:

    Incomplete, but entertaining.

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