posted on Apr, 13 2004 @ 09:53 PM
Here is a lillte Q & A from the site:
If there were to be a zombie outbreak near my home, what would be some effective household weapons to at least keep the undead at bay?
Nico B., Middlebury, Connecticut
My friend Baxter
Personally, my favorite household items for zombie protection are my 12-gauge shotgun and "Baxter," my ill-tempered, 205-pound Fila Mastiff.
Of course, if you're unarmed and your preferred household pet is a cat, then you can improvise some fairly effective weapons out of household items
when the zombies are at your door. For in-close fighting, aerosol cans such as those containing hairspray or deodorant make decent flamethrowers. Hold
a match or lighter a few inches from the nozzle and spray. Use in short bursts.
While nothing rattles a zombie quite like a fire, certain household chemicals are extremely irritating to them. Fill a bucket with drain cleaner or
bleach and toss it in the face of an approaching zombie. Both WD-40 and bug spray do wonders; aim for the eyes and nose. Also, strangely enough,
zombies have a known aversion to citrus fruit. In a pinch, you can throw a pitcher of orange juice or lemonade on them.
Zombies are excellent conductors of electricity, so try smashing the light bulb off a table lamp and jamming the lamp into their ribs (obviously, the
lamp must be turned on for this to work).
Remember, you're only trying to buy enough time to get away. As always, your chances for success are better against later stage zombies.
zombies are excellent conductors of electricity I did not know that...weird, wild stuff As if you didn't know already, SilQ, but at the
bottom of the home page, it's says for entertainment purposes only.