Oklahoma June 13, 2016
The 9 Best Places To Hide In Oklahoma In The Event Of A Zombie Apocalypse
Has the thought ever crossed your mind about where you would go in the unlikely event of a zombie invasion in the Sooner State? Well, if your answer is no (like most of us) then you might want to check out this (silly) guide of the best places to hide out in Oklahoma in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
Go on, it’s okay to pretend you’re a survivalist and think this plan out…
1. An abandoned farm in rural Oklahoma.
A sparsely populated area, away from the infected is a good plan of attack. You can find shelter, set up camp and have a visual of anything (or anyone) coming your way.
2. Atop Black Mesa - the highest point in the state.
Killer zombies couldn't climb almost 5,000 ft. to the top of Black Mesa, so head to the top and rest assured you're safe.
3. In the town of Beaver, Oklahoma - A.K.A. "No Man's Land."
Of course, zombies won't want to go to an area called "No Man's Land." Not only is the town of Beaver small, but with it holding the title of "Cow Chip Capital of the World," no zombie is going to want to get near that stuff!
4. Far away from the major cities.
Oklahoma City and Tulsa are going to be the worst cities to be trapped in, so find your nearest little town and have a plan of escape. Because you'll be leaving where the vast majority of supplies will be located, make sure you have supplies ready to take with you.
5. But if you do get stuck in Oklahoma City, head to the top of Devon Energy Tower - the tallest building in the state.
We all know zombies can't climb multiple flights of stairs, so head anywhere past floor 20, and you'll have nothing to worry about.
6. Behind the walls of Fort Gibson.
Because the stockades were restored in the past few years, the old Fort Gibson military site is a great place to barricade yourself in and lock the zombies out. And since zombies are mindless and don't climb fences, they won't know how to get in the protected fort.
7. Your closest Walmart.
With the amount of supplies and little windows, Walmart is one of the first places to consider in the event of an invasion. All entry and exits points are easy to guard, and with all the food, water, weapons and ammunition, you'll be prepared to bunker down and wait out the invasion.
8. Altus Air Force Base.
When those zombies realize amount of ammunition, guns and soldiers behind Altus AFB, they'll be running the opposite direction.
9. Fort Sill
With over 50 buildings on the grounds, this old army post and operating Army military base is a great place to hide out and take refuge. The area has a good vantage point and many supplies are already on the grounds.
Where would you go if zombies began invading the Sooner State?