Zombie Fortification Cabin

Dec 1, 2015

Category: Living

Zombies are just fictional creations, right? Surely no dead body could ever rise from the grave and seek out your tender neck flesh, right? Actually, we’re not sure (we flunked 10th grade Bio). So as we research this whole undead thing, we advise you to buy the Zombie Fortification Cabin.

What you’ll be getting is the “world’s first and only certified Zombie Proof Log Cabin.” It features re-enforced slit windows, walls and doors, barbed wire on the roof, an arsenal storage unit for weaponry, and an upper deck with a 360 degree vantage point and escape hatch. Oh, and there’s an Xbox in there too for when you need to squeeze in a game of Madden between all that skull-smashing. There’s even a garden section to grow your own veggies. Just note that the ZFC-1 comes with 10-year anti-zombie guarantee, so come 2025, you’re on your own, bub. [Purchase]

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