Are you prepared for an actual zombie apocalypse? If one were to happen, would you know where to go and what to do to survive? According to the Huffington Post, Monday there was a fake zombie apocalypse warning during the "Steve Wilko’s Show." Apparently, a Montana TV stations’ Emergency Alert System was hacked into to warn people that the dead had risen and not to approach these dangerous individuals. People were warned to find safe shelter to hang out until it was over.
However, as you probably already know, there wasn’t really a zombie apocalypse. The TV stations’ Emergency Alert System was hacked into. The station reported later that it wasn’t true and that there was an investigation going on to find out what had happened and who was responsible for the hacking and fake zombie apocalypse warning.
So what if it actually was true? Would you survive? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think about this story.
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