25 best cities for surviving a zombie apocalypse

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Wichita, Kansas (Photo by Larry W. Smith/Getty Images)
Wichita, Kansas (Photo by Larry W. Smith/Getty Images) /

Wichita, KS

According to a report from CableTV.com that identified and ranked every state’s zombie survivability metrics based on factors like the number of farms per capita, solar electricity percentage, and population density, Kansas is one the of safest places in the United States to survive a situation similar to what is seen in Fear The Walking Dead. And of all the places in Kansas to be, a study conducted by Realtor.com suggests that Wichita is in the top ten when it comes to being able to withstand an outbreak of undead threats.

Kansas ranked well for many reasons, and it doesn’t hurt that they have a group called The Kansas Anti Zombie Militia ready to take action. The governor even named October Zombie Preparedness Month and issued lists of things people should have on hand should the worst occur as well as other resources for surviving other potential disasters.

But it is Wichita that stands out as the location Kansas has that resides among the best of the best when it comes to having the right personnel, safe rooms, solar energy, water sources, and a stockpile of weapons to be able.

Anyone in Wichita during the horrific event should take refuge in the Epic Center, which is literally the tallest building in the entire state. Zombies aren’t good at climbing stairs, as seen in 28 Days Later, so that is the spot to look out for to hold up in until help arrives.