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Trulia Highlights Cities Doomed During Zombie, Ghost or Vampire Apocalypses

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | October 17, 2015

Trulia Highlights Cities Doomed During Zombie, Ghost or Vampire Apocalypses

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Trulia is taking bit of the pain out of waiting for Halloween, releasing three infographics that settle once and for all the locations in this fine country that are susceptible to attacks by zombie, ghost and vampire.

Please don’t say we never warned you.

Last year Trulia released a similar campaign that we noted, which offered the locations in the United States that were pretty much doomed the minute a zombie apocalypse broke out.

New York and Honolulu, despite being a figurative zombie smorgasbord, still remain as best we can tell today.

As we inch towards 2015’s iteration of Halloween, Trulia decided to triple their coverage on horrifying hypotheticals.

The above link features all you need to know when it comes to picking a location to live that isn’t a ghost trap.

First up are zombies:

As you can see, the methodology differs a bit this year as Trulia looked at cemeteries per capita.

Cemeteries being the spawning point for Walkers once the plague of undead come to life.

As you can see, Providence, Rhode Island, is in big trouble with 11.5 cemeteries for every 50,000 people.

Next up are vampires:

Now this is hardly the definitive answer on what city is doomed. There is simply no way of knowing what vampires consider as comfortable accommodations.

However, with 3.2 blood banks per 50,000 people, San Diego is well taken care of for the moment, but they are in trouble when vampires start looking for real estate.

The above is possibly the most intriguing. Trulia states, “So we created an extensive survey to identify the most spooky, and therefore most ghost-infested, places across the country.”

This is a particularly interesting graphic, because ghost hunters can mark down the cities that demand their respective attention.

New Orleans and Seattle boast at least one haunted location per 50,000 people.

At the end of the month, the entire country will be buzzing with ghosts, vampires and zombies of the pint-sized variety.

If the real invasion ever comes to pass, however, you know where not to be.


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