A zombie attack on the nation's capital was narrowly averted on Tuesday, October 26, 2010. The zombies arrived by bus at the Lincoln Memorial but were quickly repulsed by the US Park Police. See the Washington Post story and video here. It seems the zombies didn't have a permit to assemble on a national park like the National Mall. They were perfectly free to swarm over a nearby subway station.
Who knew that the safest place from zombies isn't an isolated, boarded up house or an underground bunker or even a shopping mall, but a National Park? Here's hoping you have a national park near you (check for the nearest one at their web site) and that it is well stocked with park police. And hoping that the zombies forget their permit to visit the park.
Hat tip to sister Regina for emailing the article.
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