Map Of the Dead: Danger Zones and Survival Resources When the SHTF
The following Map of the Dead has been dubbed the Zombie Survival Map and details threats and survival resources for collapse related scenarios. If the worst happens, the map shows you places you’ll want to avoid, as well as places you can go to obtain last minute essential goods.
From Doejo (map creators):
The Zombie Survival Map will be your guide to narrowing down stores with groceries, hardware supplies, camping equipment, potential weapons, liquor (why not, right?); safe havens like shopping malls, military bases and police stations; and of course gas stations, hospitals, pharmacies and doctor’s offices, along with other valuable hotspots—Just type in your address or have The Zombie Survival Map pinpoint your location for you! Good luck! Oh, and stay away from cemeteries.
What is it?
Find places near you that are likely to have resources to help you survive the zombie apocalypse. Or places to avoid.
What are danger zones?
Technically they are areas specified as having ‘man-made structures’ so a large danger zone will likely result in more zombies.
What’s the point? The internet will be down when I actually need this.
Use the handy print function to generate a hard copy.
How does it work?
Through polling the Google Places API for keyword or category matches to useful places.
It’s simple to use. Just enter your zip code and you’ll see a host of information for your surrounding area.
As you may have guessed, any populated areas with man-made structures will be danger zones and are highlighted in pink on the map. These are, of course, areas you want to avoid because if there are man-made structures, it means man (likely in droves) won’t be far behind.
A broad overview of the United States gives us a look at what many preppers already know – stay away from major cities during any major crisis and you’ll have a much better chance of surviving.
You can visit Map of the Dead directly or try it below.
While perhaps not very practical for the hard-core prepper, it’s still fun to take a look at and play with.
(Privacy Note: The Map of the Dead may attempt to utilize IP address information to find your physical location. You will be given the option to allow or deny this feature.)
Related: When you’re done mapping danger zones below, check out the Nuke Blast Mapper to see the effects of different nuclear weapon detonations in a given area.
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Date: April 11th, 2012
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