The 7 Best Places To Hide In Baltimore In The Event Of A Zombie Apocalypse
Zombies have become more and more popular over the past few decades, and sometimes you can’t help but wonder what you would do if the situation occurred. We know it may seem silly, but here are the 7 best places to hide in the event of a zombie apocalypse. You know you’ve thought about it before…
1. Fort Carroll
You may have spotted this structure when crossing over the Key Bridge. Fort Carroll was built in 1847 and we can't help but feel that it's the perfect place to isolate yourself from the undead. Zombies can't swim, after all.
2. Top of the World Observatory
The observatory level is located on the 27th floor of Baltimore's World Trade Center. It has a 360-degree view of the city, which is perfect for scoping out zombies. Having this sky-high view is great for strategizing.
3. Fort McHenry
Another fort makes our list because let's be honest, forts are usually impenetrable when you need them to be. Fort McHenry has plenty of spots to keep lookout, and bunkers for hiding in case any unwanted zombies wander into the area.
4. Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower
In this 15-story tower, you can keep an eye on your enemies with ease. It's also located downtown, which could be hazardous if you're trying to dodge zombies, but convenient if you need to quickly run to a nearby building for supplies.
5. USS Constellation
This goes for any ship (or submarine) located in the harbor. Remember, zombies can't swim - so take to the water and you should be safe for a while.
6. Baltimore Basilica Crypt
America's first cathedral is located in Baltimore and not many people know that it has secret crypts down below. This spot is great for hiding or stashing items that you're saving for later.
BONUS: Paddle Boats
When you're in a pinch (perhaps being chased by a herd of zombies?) jump in a paddle boat and go! As long as you've got the energy, you've got a safe place - no matter how ridiculous you may look.
What place would you add to the list? Let us know below!
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