Career Builder posted a list of the best and worst cities to be in during a zombie apocalypse. And we see lists like this pretty much every Halloween, but this one’s cool because it’s about surviving LONG TERM.
They looked at things like how easy each city would be to defend . . . how hard containing an outbreak would be if it was caused by a virus like in “The Walking Dead” . . . and how likely scientists there would be able to find a cure.
And the city where you’d be MOST likely to survive is BOSTON. The rest of the top ten are Salt Lake City . . . Columbus, Ohio . . . Baltimore . . . Virginia Beach . . . Seattle . . . San Diego . . . Kansas City, Missouri . . . Denver . . . and Indianapolis.
You’d have the WORST chance in New York, followed by Tampa . . . Los Angeles . . . Riverside and San Bernardino, which are east of L.A. . . . Chicago . . . Miami . . . Jacksonville, Florida . . . Milwaukee . . . Providence, Rhode Island . . . and Las Vegas. (Here’s a map that shows the rankings for about 30 more cities.)
Another website also posted a list of cities VAMPIRES would most likely live in based on how many hospitals and blood banks there are per capita. The top five are San Diego . . . Austin . . . San Francisco . . . Louisville . . . and New Orleans.
And their top five cities for GHOST sightings are New Orleans . . . Seattle . . . Kansas City, Missouri . . . Providence, Rhode Island . . . and Hartford, Connecticut.