About the Undead Report

Photo: Mr. WesThe Undead Report is a journal to provide truthful, related news of the undead. There is a broad spectrum of news which relates to the undead and zombies such as mysterious illnesses, sicknesses, strange diseases and freak creatures, viruses and bacteria may contribute to reanimation of dead flesh, or the mental reprogramming of human minds.

Is this site for real?

Yes. The primary way to survive a zombie outbreak is this: BE PREPARED. If you train your preparedness, health and mental
state to be ready to deal with a mass uprising of the undead, you will be able to handle most any emergency. Brain parasites, reanimation, cannibalism and madness are all well documented facts of science. It’s up to you to be newsworthy and prepare for the worst. The Undead Report is here to help you.

Are you serious?

Yes.

What is a zombie?

From Wikipedia:

A zombie is a reanimated human body devoid of consciousness. In contemporary versions these are generally undead corpses, which were traditionally called “ghouls”. Stories of zombies originated in the Afro-Caribbean spiritual belief system of Vodou.

Other more macabre versions of zombies have become a staple of modern horror fiction, where they are brought back from the dead by supernatural or scientific means, and eat the flesh or brains of the living. They have very limited intelligence, and may not be under anyone’s direct control. This type of zombie, often referred to as a Romero zombie after the filmmaker that defined the concept, is archetypal in modern media and culture.

What are signs or symptoms associated with the Undead?

  • Longterm preservation of dead flesh
  • Reanimating deceased medical patients
  • Prolonging death
  • Neural inhibitors
  • Opportunistic neural targeting amoeba, viruses bacteria or diseases
  • Space-borne illness
  • Radiation
  • Understudied scientific advancement
  • Age prolonging
  • Cannibalism
  • Madness
  • Chaotic Mob Mentality

How often do you update?

The Undead Report usually posts a new article every week, though especially newsworthy events may bring about a more rapid post schedule.

What can I do to help?

You can help by reading everything here, watching our videos, and participating in virtual simulations, or games.