The 9 Best Places To Hide In Pennsylvania In The Event Of A Zombie Apocalypse
Initially, this was going to be a post about where to hide in case of general apocalyptic conditions: fire raining from the sky, etc. However, there are so many different types of disasters, that the best place to hide for each varies considerably. If you’re worried about Noah-scale flooding, you’re not going to want to hide in a cave, while if you’re worried about fireballs raining down… You get the point. Either way, you’ll need to know about a few hidden places in Pennsylvania where you can head.
Here and here are some government resources that can help you plan for real disasters in our state. Below is a silly guide of the best hidden places in Pennsylvania to go in the unlikely event of a zombie apocalypse. If you’ve ever watched The Walking Dead, I’m sure you’ll have something to contribute.
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What other hidden places in Pennsylvania would you add to the list? Share in the comments below. Then take a look at these 10 urban legends from Pennsylvania that aren’t for the faint of heart.
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September 26, 2020
Are there any haunted hotels in Pennsylvania?
Historic Hotel Bethlehem just might be the most haunted hotel in Pennsylvania, perhaps an ideal place to hide out during a zombie apocalypse. Don’t worry, however, as the ghosts at the hotel are all friendly. Mary Yohe, one of those spirits who remains at the hotel, likes to spend her days singing and playing the hotel’s piano. Gettysburg Hotel rivals Historic Hotel Bethlehem as the most haunted hotel in Pennsylvania. If you check in, you just might run into Nurse Rachel as she paces the halls in search of wounded Civil War soldiers.
What are the most haunted places in Pennsylvania?
Some of the most interesting places in Pennsylvania are also the most haunted. To see the most haunted places in the shortest time, follow the haunted road trip to the scariest places in Pennsylvania. The road trip kicks off at Hill View Manor, a former home for the elderly, where 100 bodies are still buried in the yard. The souls belonging to those bodies are said to haunt the grounds to this day. Other stops on the road trip include Van Sant Covered Bridge, Pennhurst State Hospital and School, and Devil’s Den in Gettysburg.
What are the creepiest cemeteries in Pennsylvania?
Most of us have probably not have given much thought to what we would do in the event of a zombie apocalypse in Pennsylvania. One of the best places to hide, however, just might be the creepiest cemeteries in Pennsylvania. Hans Graf Cemetery in Pennsylvania, for example, certainly isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s said that if you circle the cemetery seven times, during a full moon, you’ll die. Coulterville Cemetery, on the other hand, might be more tragic than creepy. It sits on the same site where an orphanage burned down, killing all of the orphans, whose spirits remain at the cemetery to this day.