How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse

M.D. Creekmore

I've been interested in self-reliance topics for over 25 years. I’m the author of four books that you can find here. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot about prepping, homesteading, and self-reliance topics through first-hand experience and now I want to share what I’ve learned with you.

5 Responses

  1. Jack says:

    MD, why oh why did you spoil the fun with a disclaimer? I wanted to see if anyone, even one person would ask, are you serious. This is a thought-provoking article. It stimulates folks to think about avoiding crowds, especially if there was a rampant infectious agent in the picture. How and where will you scavenge replacement supplies? Now, my mini-people are not into the zombie craze of the past few years. I think the only movie they have ever seen on the subject was a Japanese flick with English subtitles shown on the screen on a Luzon transport bus during a trip to Manila. I believe these films can be used a valuable survival teaching tool. What would you do IF? I admit to still loving Vincent Price in The last man on earth 1964 film.

  2. Jack says:

    MD, well, if it will teach my little ones to escape and evade, why not. The only element I do not like is if kids lose their reality. Avoiding zombies for practice in a computer game is fine, you may sharpen your skills. On the flip side, in a real-life situation, with real adversaries attempting to kill/capture you, you can not hit the reset button and play again. One thing we do from time to time is practice QUIET. We have explained to our team that there may be situations where we need to be ABSOLUTELY SILENT. All devices are off and the house is devoid of all human-generated sound. We give a small prize to the one who can remain silent the longest. I hope to expand this to hide and seek on a large scale. First our short street, then the whole block etc.

  3. Tim says:

    Zombies = Yellow Horde = Increasingly desperate, and getting weaker Outflows from disaster/ shut down cities, towns and countries. Solution? The farther the “zombies” travel, the weaker they become. Should be easy to outrun, but be sure not to get caught in a large concentration, and have enough supplies secured to keep you safe, watered, and fed… until the problem clears.

  4. Greg says:

    Quit reading when you suggest a bike, one benifet is good for the environment. Really, looking over my shoulder, shooting at zombies but I am saving the planet by riding a bike. Really? Not to high a priority at that moment.