In order to survive a zombie apocalypse, one has to understand what they are after - brains, right? For myself, I would find a location that was well fortified, stocked with food and other necessities, and plant myself in the middle of nowhere. Ensuring that one is well stocked with weapons for a just in case would be a good idea as well.
Ideally, it would be a place that there are not a lot of people, and one would have a better chance of survival. Although the movie, “The Night Of The Living Dead” takes place in a rural setting, one would have to be somewhere to become infected, and then travel a long distance to get to a more rural location.
There are several locations within the United States and around the world that have dense populations and would allow one a greater chance of survival. The most optimal situation would be an island somewhere with renewable resources that one could escape to, in order to escape the apocalypse that was happening elsewhere.
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In some stories, victims of zombies may become zombies themselves if they are bitten by zombies or if a zombie-creating virus travels by air, sexually, or by water; in others, everyone who dies, whatever the cause, becomes one of the undead.
In some cases, parasitic organisms can cause zombification by killing their hosts and reanimating their corpses, though some argue that this is not a true zombie. In the latter scenario zombies also prey on the living and their bite causes an infection that kills.
Let’s go. The most important thing is not having a high kill count but surviving. The government will take a few months to figure out what to do with people so relying on them is the last thing I would do.
I would first max out my card and buy water and food. By food, I do not mean gourmet meals but cheap cost-effective food items(quantity over quality). Water and food will immediately become a precious resource so secure as much as you can. Next, I would secure plywood to board up windows and doors because they can probably break a lot of windows. The third item I would secure is a first aid kit. The fourth is simple utility items like batteries, torches, matches, knives, and hammers. The fifth is stitching a zombie-proof suit. It's easy and all you really need is a leather jacket, pants, gloves and a little bit of artistry with shoulder pads.
Once I’m done with bare necessities, the next focus is on protecting myself. The greatest threat wouldn’t be zombies but other humans. Humans in groups could be especially dangerous and scarce resources would mean conflicts between humans to the proportion of killing each other. So I need a fake gun to intimidate them. A real gun would be necessary if the zombies are fast but I’m assuming that they are slow-moving smelly bodies. If they are slow, a baseball bat bedazzled with nails would serve my purpose. If I feel especially likely for gory views I would get a chainsaw.
The only true advantage the zombies will have over humans is their numerical superiority. I would try to avoid places where their concentration can be overburdening. I would also never attack a zombie if other zombies are nearby. I’ll try to band up with known people who still aren’t zombies and share resources. I’m sure the government will figure out a way to band people together within a month and once we have a safe haven to go to: the next challenge begins. Banding up will be really helpful if the safe haven is far. If I’m all alone I would sneak out of the house and gather fuel and a working vehicle. A vehicle with a strong engine and high mileage would be my preference. A pickup truck would be great because I can store a lot of fuel. There, friends, I have survived a zombie apocalypse!