The 10 Worst Places to Live During The Zombie Apocalypse

When looking for a new home, you might worry about flood zones and fault lines, but have you ever considered how zombie-prone your new neighborhood may be?

Now you can shop without worrying about ghoulish party crashers. Trulia - an American real estate website - has developed "unnatural hazard maps" to help house hunters avoid incursions with zombies as well as ghosts and vampires.

The zombie maps combine a city's population density with its graveyard population to determine how hard it will be hit by the first wave of infection - when the dead rise from their graves to munch on the living.

Here are the ten worst cities in America for zombie survivability:

trulia.com

So if you want to survive, go west, young man. I hear Pacific Playland is nice this time of year.

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