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World's first zombie-proof cabin hits Kickstarter


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Double-decker buses have been overturned and the streets are overrun with zombies. What are you going to do? You should head for the world's first zombie-proof cabin, that's what.

The cabin was actually announced around this time last year, but now has come to Kickstarter. Instead of being available for any individual to buy, however, maker Tiger Sheds has teamed up with zombie survival experience day specialists Zombie Infection – the cabin will be installed at one of the Zombie Infection's sites and a whole new survival experience built around it.

It will be used in either the disused factory in Sheffield or part of Sherwood Forest, both of which Zombie Experience use for its experience days.

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Other than that, it's the same cabin as before, built to house people for a fairly long time. It comes complete with a garden section to grow vegetables, a toilet system, roof deck, reinforced slit windows, walls and doors, barbed wire surround, a storage area for weaponry, kitchen area and microwave, and living room with TV, Xbox and turntables. Even if there wasn't a zombie infestation, we'd be quite happy whiling away a few hours there.

Of course, this is all providing it reaches its funding goal, which is a way off yet. It's only raised £82 of a £120,000 goal. You can pledge support from as little as £2, or pay £60 and get a full tour of the completed cabin. It should be finished this time next year.


October 16, 2015, 10:18 am

It's just a wooden shed.

John Gass

October 16, 2015, 12:58 pm

This is a bigger story than it might seem...

I read the Trusted Review article "Laser Razor banned by Kickstarter", which explains how Kickstarter bans fundraising for any product which doesn't have a working prototype. So, whilst Tiger Sheds might have built a so-called zombie-proof shed, they must have demonstrated to Kickstarter staff that it actually works. This could only have been done using zombies. Therefore zombies exist. Quad Erat Demonstrandum.



October 16, 2015, 1:16 pm

Wow a Kickstarter shed.

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