The first zombie-proof house?

For proof of how ubiquitous zombies have become in our geek culture, look no further than this zombie-proof home. Normal people are probably thinking "That home would definitely keep out Al Qaeda!" but gamers, geeks and anyone that came after Generation X are thinking "That home would definitely keep out an undead army!"

The first zombie-proof house?

The first zombie-proof house?

The first zombie-proof house?

The first zombie-proof house?

Source: All That is Interesting

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Dale Weir
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How pretty does the home need to be while protecting you from zombies or militia?

That’s like complaining about the decor of a panic room. 🙂

When it’s all opened up for the homeowner to live in or when entertaining guests, it is beautiful. On the rare occasion that the undead swing by then it shuts up and sends a very clear message that you are not welcome and good luck getting in.

Alex
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It looks cool, but I wonder how often they actually close all those windows (and the shutter)? With everything buttoned up, the house changes from strangely beautiful to just plain ugly. And it must be unremittingly dark inside…

I suspect that those (surely) hugely expensive shutters will spend most of the year open, and weren’t really needed at all.

Bilgewater
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Looks like that pool house has full-height floor level windows, and, while the rest of the place appears to lock up tight, what’s the point of having a zombie-proof house if you can’t go swimming?

Personally, I’d prefer a plexiglass-bottomed pool at least two or three stories up. That way you could see the undead groping at you while you do super sweet underwater somersaults and flip them the bird.

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