It came for him as he was putting the key in the door of his panel van. He had known it was there somewhere watching him sizing him up for its next meal for some minutes now, which was why he was back at the van retrieving his rifle. He almost did not see it until it was too late but then his eyes settled on a reflection in the window and he saw it the shambling man-shaped creature approaching at an…Continue
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St. Mary – 50 km from Augusta city – Maine – King’s Mall Shopping Centre – 09:00 a.m.
Hot. Today it’s extremely hotter than usual. It’s the 15th of June and the High School where I’m teaching has been closed for the summertime just 26…Continue
Added by Andrea Puglia on December 24, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
It was this moment that my heart sunk. Jason stood up before me, standing straight. He took my hand and met his eyes with mine which slowly dropped to my holster then reaffirmed with my eyes, this time with a less-kind expression to make his point. Message received. He stood tall, and crunched up his shoulders a little more than usual as he approached the door from which the frantic knock was tolled. I reluctantly stood at a distance, trying to conceal…Continue
Whittemore's keen eye peered over the tow hitch of his RV as he was preparing to mount his jeep on it. He pursed his lips let out a piercing whistle that sustained a shrill tone and echoed and seemed to almost rattle in the canyons which stood miles from the suburbia. He nonchalantly tossed some sort of heavy leather bag over his shoulder and stood to open the door to the RV for Brutus.
You know, it will never cease to shock me how rapidly people will turn on one another when faced with the prospect of death. That neighbour you saw every day and politely nod too as you climb into your car to begin the never ending routine of work and rest would more than likely kill you if he saw you as a threat, he’d probably kill you for a glass of water or a chocolate bar when the shelves of the local stores have been empty for long enough. People, westerns are perhaps the guiltiest,…Continue
Added by Apocalpyse on March 28, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
It's been almost a year since my last blog post. I tell you, it's been a crazy time. To start off, I almost got killed while on a supply raid. I still haven't found that damned CB radio I want.
My mistake was when I was looking for some food and bullets. I traveled to the local Wal-Mart, which is about a mile from my shelter. On a side note, I know that going to a place like Wal-Mart during these trying times is a stupid move, however, the surrounding buildings…Continue
Added by Austin AcYd on March 15, 2012 at 4:40am — No Comments
December 4th, 7:03 PM - Salmon, Idaho (GPS Locator out of service, please reinstall app)
The video starts with her very close to the camera, and then slowly she steps away looking at it, her eyes directly on you. Plopping down on the bed, she has a wide-angled camera shot to show her and the room. The bed is covered in a plain blue thick blanket, the bed-frame made out of exaggerated sized logs that add to the charm of the room, which is…
Added by Carrie Marie on January 19, 2012 at 6:51pm — No Comments
Ask anyone. They call me "The Hammer." Because I negotiate aggressively.
I been in labor management for thirty years. When things get tight financially, the city always talks about laying off workers to meet their budgets. Fuckin' asshole politicians goin' around, promising whatever the fuck to get elected. Since the '80s, it's been tax cuts, right? So they cut the taxes, then just turn it on the city employees who do all the work, and say, "Sorry, we can't afford it no more." But we…Continue
I'm a subway train engineer on the R line. Been on the R since it was the RR, and that's thirty years now. I was in my two year countdown towards retirement when the zombies started popping up. Now I'll never retire. They'll have to pull the lever from my death-stiff fingers to get me out of this cab.
It's not the pension I lost. Now that the city is broke dealing with the Z's, and we ain't getting any help from FEMA since DC got overrun, all of us city employees have been well and…Continue
"Seriously?" Carlos called to me from the front of the store. "More soda?"
"Don't judge me kid," I called back. "I'm a man, and men have needs."
I was browsing the refrigerator aisle, looking for a few bottles of Vanilla Coke, when I heard the shattering of glass back towards the front of the store. I…Continue
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Even after listening to that tape for the umpteenth time, I cannot fathom what he was experiencing. It all seems so unreal, impossible, there is no way anyone could survive in that state, let alone be cognizant to what was happening. These creatures, there is no way that they could feel anything; they were undead, I think.…
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America isn’t what it used to be. That liveliness that once inhabited this great nation is now gone, replaced with fear and death. No cars travel the highways or flow through city streets – no people walk on the sidewalks or sit in the parks. Well, no living people that is. There is no shortage of dead people here. They are in…Continue
If you are reading this, than I have successfully posted these entries on the internet. Before I begin, let me point out some things you should know beforehand
1. I did not write these. My name is Matt Zuckerman, but the author of these journal entries gave them to me so I could post them here. His name is NATHAN TAPFER.
2. These entries have started in Early 2008, when the zombie apocalypse had been going on for 2 months.
Added by Matt Zuckerman on April 25, 2010 at 9:23am — No Comments