Sioux Falls has landed in the top 100 best cities for surviving a zombie invasion. Using metrics such as population, water sources, hideouts, infrastructure, and supplies, LawnLove crunched the numbers and scored Sioux Falls at #92. Not a bad score in case the undead come sauntering up Phillips Avenue.

Author's side-note: The Sioux Falls Zombie Walk is on Saturday, October 28, 2023 downtown. The parade of the undead begins at 4:00 PM at 8th and Railroad Center but make-up artists and other preparations happen all afternoon. [poster below] Make sure to give grandma the head up on this so she doesn't nail a zombie with her walker exiting Duluth Trading Company.

Houston, TX. scored the #1 position and if you're in Las Vegas, be prepared for a long and deadly night. Sin City ranked last.

Oh, and we're gonna need a crossbow - Daryl's weapon of choice in the 'Walking Dead.' Luckily, South Dakota has a good number of hunting gear stores such as Scheel's, Runnings, Fleet Farm, Cabela's, and ACE Hardware.

In other zombie-related news, researchers wanted to find out exactly how long humans would actually last in a zombie apocalypse. Oh my God...do they know something we don't?!?

According to Forbes, Scientists at the prestigious Leicester University in England have calculated that it would take just six months for a zombie virus to infect every single person on Earth.

Even more disturbing, they believe that by day 100, the surviving population would be roughly 100 to 200 people!

I feel confident I'd be one of the last remaining. I bought a handy-dandy "Zombie stun-gun" from Amazon last month. And a flashlight. So I'm good.

Sioux Falls Zombie Walk 2023
Sioux Falls Zombie Walk 2023
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