If you're a fan of shows like The Walking Dead and The Last of Us, then you have probably thought to yourself "what would I do in a zombie apocalypse?"

As Denise wondered what she would do in a zombie attack, her head was ripped off her neck.. (canva)
As Denise wondered what she would do in a zombie attack, her head was ripped off her neck, and her spine was pulled from her torso like a de-boned fish. (canva)
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"Living in Southern Utah, where would I even go? Would I stay inside my house and hunker down? Or would I take my family somewhere else? somewhere that might be more secure?

Some people already have lots of doomsday preparations in mind for such an event. Apparently building your own nuclear bomb fallout shelter is a big business in the Western United States.

Perhaps you already have lots of guns and ammunition to last you through the apocalypse and more. Sure, your neighbors think you're a total nut, but you keep on telling yourself, "Oh, they're going to stop laughing when the spit hits the fan and the commies start falling from the sky."

If this is you, then you've probably already thought about your zombie plan. (canva)
If this is you, then you've probably already thought about your zombie plan. (canva)
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But if you're like me, you don't have a solid plan for a zombie apocalypse. So here are a few suggestions to keep in the back of your mind for when the next pandemic hits, and social distancing and paper facemasks are not enough.

Here are some places to go in Southern Utah during the inevitable zombie apocalypse.

We both know it's just a matter of time.

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