Cutting the clothes from a woman's body might be considered a recreational activity under some circumstances, but I quickly discovered that dealing with a headless walker the fun factor was definitely missing. The walkers that I had seen were always at least partially clothed, filthy, and caked with the dried fluids of their victims and their own organic processes. The one I had secured was no different. An outward examination of the carcass from neck to groin was already gruesome, but it…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 31, 2012 at 11:27am — No Comments
I had brought a large butcher knife in my kit, which I had sharpened carefully. I intended to discard everything here at the kill site simply because they were common items, and there was no reason to carry any more contaminated equipment with me than necessary. I am not sure why, but I decided to first detach the head, and so began my examination there, knowing that the recorder would be running at home and that my wife would be unlikely to waste the information even if I did not make it…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 30, 2012 at 9:09am — No Comments
I had picked early morning as my best time to take the walker, If things went wrong and other walkers showed up I wanted to have the day in front of me to disengage and make it back to my vehicle. For the job I had to do daylight was best anyway you looked at it. I could see the walker positioned in the window as it stood motionless. I knew that once it became aware of me I was committed. I checked my gear carefully at the foot of the tree I had been perched in and then made my way forward…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 28, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Walkers don't dance. They don't duck, they don't dodge, block, throw wheel kicks, drunken kung fu monkey punches, or try and put the patented zombie death grip on your head. They don't have any creep to them once they see you. They become aware of you, they orient their face and body to your location, and then they are coming. A newly animated walker is at its best, as strong and as fast as it is ever going to get, and from there it is all down hill.
Human bipedalism is actually quite…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 25, 2012 at 12:50pm — No Comments
I had watched the Nursing home complex for two nights and had only seen the one walker, "Suzy". I had some experience with walkers, and knew that they could be deceptive in their speed and strength. I was going to be very careful in the encounter I had planned for Suzy, as I knew that only a fool underestimates an enemy. Many people had died behind the idea that they knew what a walker could do. In a situation where a bite, or a scratch, of even contact with raw skin or a drop of cast off…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 24, 2012 at 8:45am — No Comments
The over all impression that I got from the walker was one of stillness. Yes, I know it is by definition dead, and I had not expected it to sing and dance, but if I had any doubts about what I was looking at the complete lack of any non essential movement would have quickly settled it. People, even trained people, are rarely if ever completely still. They breathe, swallow, flex and fidget. A walker, unless it is specifically stimulated to do something, does not move. The virus stimulates the…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 23, 2012 at 9:12am — No Comments
Setting up a nest in a tree is really no big trick. Orangutans do it every night. Of course the problem is that if you get a sizable number of Zeke's on the ground around the tree you are stuck. As a young man I had had no problem living in a tree hide for periods of up to a week if a mission had required it, and even if there were Zekes around they spent very little time looking up in the trees. Their focus, according to everything I had heard, was directly to the front and it seemed to…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 22, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Yeah, way too old, and too smart and too well educated and too experienced , and all the other "toos" that always tell you you don't have to do the things you know a perverse fucking universe has decided to demand of you if you want to avoid extinction. I figured I had fought my war and got my job and bought my house and married my wife, and the most I was going to have to worry about was the constant upward creep of gas prices. Even have a great little garden, and a cat. Yeah, I have a…Continue
Added by DR Elder on May 6, 2012 at 11:41am — No Comments
I found solace in the storage room of this decrepit chicken farm building. The stench, as unbearable as it was, was no match for the smell of the city I'd left a couple weeks before. Stepping over the thousands of rotting chickens was actually pretty close to the way I left town. The only difference was that I was stepping over friends, family members, neighbors, and other people that never managed to make it out...alive.
Luckily, zombies aren't a fan of chicken, so everything here is…Continue
Imagine if all of your friends were dead. Sounds like a bad dream, right? Now imagine if in just a matter of hours, you were the only one left alive, and all of your friends that were dead came back, and they came back hungry. For me, this wasn’t a bad dream, but the bleak reality.
I never thought this would be how my life would end. Here I am all alone, barricaded in a high school government classroom. My friends and teachers, well the things that used to be my…Continue
Added by Chas Parks on April 28, 2012 at 7:53pm — No Comments
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.
French filmmaker Jean Rollin made several zombie movies, including Living Dead Girl and The Grapes of Death. He also directed Zombie Lake. Some people find the movie boring, but I really like it. Here's my review
Added by zombielogic on April 1, 2012 at 12:45am — No Comments
Whether you dream by day, or dream by night; you will without a doubt have dreams. Even in this land of death. It is up to you to make those dreams come true, or simply let them pass away quietly.
Being the dreamer that I am has never ceased to cause grief, heartache, or misfortune. I have experienced more of these three ridiculous facts of dreams than I care to recall. That hasn't stopped me from dreaming. It never will. Why should one simply stop doing what their mind wants to do?…Continue
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
What's the best zombie movie poster of all time? For that matter, what's the worst?
Is it this one? I list the five best zombie movie posters of all time, and the one I consider the worst, in today's zombie…Continue
Added by zombielogic on February 27, 2012 at 1:52pm — No Comments
Welcome to the first annual Zombie Academy Awards, hosted by Bub the Zombie. Who will win the Brainy for best actor, best supporting actress, best zombie movie of all time? Find out on tonight's broadcast. Please share if you like it. The…Continue
Added by zombielogic on February 26, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
This is my addition to the zombie haiku phenomenon. I hope you won't mind making one click to see it at my blog. Makes my life a lot more happy. Zombie Haiku I'm thinking of doing a top ten zombie movies of all-time list, but I might offend people…Continue
Life as we know it is over.
It's been at least twenty hours since the outbreak happened.
Two remaining co-workers and I…Continue
Was at a store last evening wearing my "US Department of Zombie Defense" shirt and cap, when I heard a man cough, he looked at me and apologized. I said "that's how it starts, first a cough, then fever, then the hunger. Are you getting hungry?" He gave me a weird look, then I continued "Do you have a craving for brains?" That's when he read my shirt and begun to laugh out loud, which caused him cough even more. He gave me a hug and said, "You got me. I needed that laugh." By now the other…Continue
Added by Dieguin on February 8, 2012 at 9:57pm — No Comments
Okay so the actual story will be written right after this one. This is the story I mentioned in my "about me" thing, but instead of a link I`m posting it here. Before I write it I figured you may want to know the plot. Here goes nothing.
When 6 teenagers find themselves in the middle of a zomble attack, they do the only thing they can do. Band together. Alone in the world beside the undead, they set out to find some mesaure of safety. Along they way the enconter attacks,…Continue
Added by Jessica-Lee Aide on February 6, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments