Thursday, May 23, 2013

Great Zombie Shelter or Death Trap?

Check this out. Back in 1969, somewhere in Serbia, this little house was built on a rock in the middle of a river. It's just a little one bedroom place and has reportedly survived many floods and extreme winds.

Apparently it came to national attention after photographer Irene Becker's photos of it were featured last year as National Geographic's "Photo of the Day."

Now, my question... is this the ultimate zombie shelter? It's small, yes, but being surrounded by moving water would keep any shuffling undead from getting to you. Food wouldn't be an issue, as long as you wouldn't go crazy eating only fish every day, and for the potty? I suppose you just hang your bottom out the window and let the current do your flushing.

OR is it a death trap? As I mentioned, it's been reported to have withstood floods, but how high is the water level we're talking about? The structure might be alright, but you can't exactly stay there if it's completely submerged. And what about the times when the water is extremely low? It can't exactly wash away the zombies when it's only ankle deep. Also, I don't know the climate over there, but it doesn't look to be much of a shelter from extreme cold.

So, shelter or death trap? Need more info to help you decide? It has it's own facebook album HERE, and it's own blog HERE.

Let me know what you come up with.

Aim high. Run fast.


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