Zombie Survival Tips (7)
Dr. Pat Hogen is the George Romero Distiguished Professor of Science at Sherpherd University where he has served since 1990. In 1968 he won the John A. Russo Prize in Pandemic Research and Survival.
Dr. Pat Hogen also served in the Marines for 8 years and brought his knowledge of Science and Marine survival techniques together in his 2009 best-seller, "How to Do Science and Marine Stuff" - Harper Collins.
Under Dr. Hogen's leadership, Shepherd University has become the East Coast's top Research Center for Zombie Studies. We are proud to have Dr. Pat Hogen as a contributing writer at TheDiggerer.com.
As we head into the weekend, I want to show you a short video on how to put everything together that we have talked about so far.
Today we want to talk about securing your position. As with every tip I have written it will differ according to your location. I am going to use my home as example. You can take my plan and apply it to any home.
I feel I have done you all a disservice. If you are still alive and reading this then I apologize. The very first thing I should have told you when making your plan is that you need a handbook. This is not just any handbook it's the most important hand book when dealing with the undead. It is the Zombie Survival Guide. So if you still have a beating heart, please do yourself a favor and pick up this handbook.
Today instead of talking about weapons again I want to talk about transportation. Don't worry we will talk about the skull smashing melee weapons before this week is over.
So far we have covered having a plan and the supplies you need in your plan. Yesterday I touched on weapons but only to tell you that you need to have them in your survival plan. Today we are going to go over the different type of weapons.
Yesterday, I gave you a jolt of reality and gave you the essentials you need to make a plan. Today, we are going to talk about supplies. This is in no way an comprehensive list. As before, I will give you links to the American Red Cross website where they can bore you with the details. And of course, adjust accordingly to your needs and surroundings.
Here at the Diggerer we want to keep you safe. With the recent Zombie sightings in West Virginia we have decided now is the time to teach you to survive. Without further ado we would like to introduce you to our newest feature by Shepherd University Professor, Dr. Pat Hogen: