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Awesome Online Zombie Stories

Updated on December 2, 2015

Zombies.....Everywhere.....

Well, maybe not everywhere, but the shambling masses of zombies are all over the internet. Tales of the zombie hoards abound, for there seems to be something about moaning, flesh eating, reanimated zombies that stimulates people's imagination. There are zombie stories on blogs, message boards and available in .pdf form, as well as in other places on the net. Sometimes we're looking at the world through the eyes of the survivors of the zombie apocalypse, perhaps in a day to day, or hour to hour diary of survival. Occasionally we see through the zombie's point of view and the zombies become almost sympathetic.

Here are some examples of what may happen when zombies invade the world.

Image credit goes to Daniel Hollister at http://www.thatzombiephoto.com/

Zombies Can Eat an Awful Lot....

Here's another zombie poll for you. If you want to check out previous polls like the weaponry poll, scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll find it there.

I've got a question here that my husband posed to me. He wanted to know just where all of the material that zombies consume goes. I had no idea, so I'm posing the question to the experts

When zombies eat how to they....excrete?

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Books by Readers of this Lens

Here's a couple books by a reader of this lens. If you've got a zombie book on Amazon, let me know and I'll put your book up here too.

Mountain Man
Mountain Man

Augustus Berry lives a day-to-day existence comprised of waking up, getting drunk, and preparing for the inevitable day when "they" will come up the side of his mountain and penetrate his fortress. Living on the outskirts of a city and scavenging for whatever supplies remain after civilization died two years ago, Gus knows that every time he goes down into undead suburbia could be his last.

 
Safari (Mountain Man Book 2)
Safari (Mountain Man Book 2)

Not only does Augustus Berry face a corpse-infested urban hell, human scavengers, and unending loneliness, but now a new mystery has risen…

The undead are disappearing from the streets.

A force is gathering, beyond the mountain man's darkest nightmares, even more relentless and terrifying than the roaming tides of dead flesh.

And it's preparing to hunt.

Book two of the Mountain Man series

 

Some great zombie tales

Here are some tales of survival (or not) taken from the far reaches of the net. Be sure to check the second block of links that I'm building. Broken links removed.

2 Hours- A Zombie Movie

Here's a movie to watch while you're considering what to read next.

Interesting little zombie film for your entertainment.

Have you written a zombie story?

Let me know and I'll add it to this lens.

Zombie Exterminator

What's your choice of weapons to use against zombies? Do you prefer a shotgun's power, or the bow's stealth. The satisfying crunch of a baseball bat hitting zombie skulls, or the up-close and personal knife?

What's your weapon of choice for zombie fighting

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Some more great zombie stories

Here are some more great zombie stories

The dead have risen...

...and they're hungry for your brains. Are you prepared? Do you have what it takes to survive?

Would you survive the zombie apocalypse?

Yep-I've got my gun and lots of ammo...Bring 'em on!

Yep-I've got my gun and lots of ammo...Bring 'em on!

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    • Vince 2 years ago

      as for the zombie excrement, THEY'RE DEAD, as in no functioning circulatory, nervous, respiratory or digestive systems... They would eat and eat until they burst. If they fed enough, their stomachs would distend and rupture their bellies, and then their innards would drag along behind them for yards leaving a stinky bloody trail of effluence.

    • anonymous 2 years ago

      no

    • anonymous 3 years ago

      My Old Leads eill git one hell of a shot...

    • Splodgered 4 years ago

      I've got my cricket bat and I'm ready to turn on Queen's "Don't stop me now" Bring it on.

    • mcspocky lm 4 years ago

      Yes, I've got my SWORD... Bring em on.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Yes. My friends and I have wiled away a night or two discussing this, and I've given it enough thought to write about it.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      If i can make it the first day i know i can

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Not only me... but all 3 of my babies would survive too! And if they went down then I would go right behind them. MY ZOMBIE FAMILY

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Most likely I would survive but a gun would be my last choice weapon to use to loud.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      I would thrive. All things considered if I make it through the first 2 hours I will live through it.

    • frazierbarbs lm 4 years ago

      though I wouldn't use a gun... I would use something quieter...

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      id say you guys would have a high probability of dieing, especially those of you that mention the use of gun. GUNS = NOISE = WAVES OF ZOMBIES... Now that is a math equation that is true.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      I'm in Alaska, so I'd do better than most. Especially in winter. I have a number of firearms, plenty of ammo and a nasty attitude towards the Z's......

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      And I'm not joking, either. I'm from Texas.... BRING 'EM ON!!! Whew!!! Lol. Sawed off double-barrel shotgun, here I come. also got my .45 and my 9 mil, and my .338 rifle (though those three would be less effective than the shotgun XD)..... few others. :)

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      I'd survive!

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Probably, when you consider how much of a zombie fanatic I am. Bring em on!!!

    • Elric22 5 years ago

      You mean I didn't already?!

    • Edutopia 5 years ago

      Who hasn't planned for the Zombie apocalypse at least once? As long as I don't get caught too far out of sorts when Z-Day goes down I'll most assuredly survive.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Actually the destruction of human civilisation would improve my lifestyle....I know guns, construction, first aid and have a back round in military tactics...I say my chances are pretty good....I would fortify a high rise and stock it with food and ammo...I would get a wells fargo armored car a roam the city kicking zombie ass.......

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      LOCK AND LOAD!!!!

    Not a chance. I'd be zombie chow.

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      • Sophie 20 months ago

        Ive been expecting a zombie apocolypse for years, i have my plan thoroughly figured out and im pretty sure i could survive! As for the zombie poo, surely the digestive system would cease to work once the person is dead?

      • Laura Brown 3 years ago from Ontario, Canada

        Not likely. But, I'd try to stick with my nephew, Zack. He could my help as one of his sidekicks/ followers but he would likely survive.

      • hntrssthmpsn 4 years ago

        Nobody survives the zombie apocalypse. That being said, I think I'd put up a good fight!

      • SarahB709 4 years ago

        No I'm afraid not. I can't run fast. I hate the idea of bashing zombies with shovels and such. Just too messy! Good question. So good I think Iâm going to ponder what moves I should have in place in case the undead come a calling. Oh and I think Iâll keep a short handled shovel by my bed tonight . . .just in case.

      • Arctides 4 years ago

        Lack of guns and I'm overall not heartless enough to survive.

      • MelloJeep 5 years ago

        That way I get to be a zombie.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        Nope. Bad leg slows me down so I'd eventually end up sacrificing myself to slow the horde down long enough for family and friends to escape.

      We're Alive

      This is a great, high quality production done in the style of the old radio dramas with full dramatization and sound effects. Listen to the struggles of the survivors of a zombie outbreak

      How have you survived the hoards of zombies so far? What's your favourite zombie eliminating device? Well... perhaps I'm a little too immersed in all things zombie at the moment, but please let me know what your favourite zombie story is, and what you think of zombie fiction in general.

      What's your survival trick?

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          Mandy 6 years ago from Montana

          I am going to have to read some of these when I get some time. Very nice lens!

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          VoodooRULEs 5 years ago

          Remember the rules from Zombie Land - Great movie with a curious title. Thanks for this lens. I enjoyed it a lot!

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          rwoman 5 years ago

          Great lens! Hope, as a zombie expert, you will help my husband and I settle an argument @ http://www.squidoo.com/vampires-vs-zombies

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          MelloJeep 5 years ago

          I have been a Zombie nut for years and wrote a few stories about them one I am tranfering one page at a time to here, love the links, there are a lot of zombie lovers out there.

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          MisterHomeBiz 5 years ago

          Best wishes in your commercial gardening. You sound like a very courageous and busy mom.

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          Edutopia 5 years ago

          Great lens and no Zombie list wouldn't be complete with out including World War Z. Not technically an online story, true, but still well worth the read.

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          Richawriter 5 years ago

          Hey. I absolutely love the zombie genre so I was pleased to find this Lens with the useful zombie book list. My favorite zombie book is "Flesh Eaters" by Joe McKinney. An awesome book, very well written.

          Check out my new zombie stories blog.

          I update it with new stories and chapters every week.

          Thanks. Rich

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          GregKuhn 4 years ago

          This is such a great collection. Thank you Shanna. I would chop up our staircase and put an extension ladder upstairs with us. Fill both bathtubs with water and get earplugs (to block out the moans of the undead).

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          beth-bryeans 4 years ago

          I LOVE zombie fiction! I'm a huge fan of As the World Dies by Rhiannon Frater..she got her start by posting her stories on message boards. This is a great lens..I've been looking for original zombie stories! Thanks! Oh and my favorite method is "headknocking in the murderhole" This Dark Earth by John Horner Jacobs

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          SarahB709 4 years ago

          This is a fun and interesting lens--I really enjoyed it. The poll was funny because I never thought about being zombie food before! Lol. Good lens . . . Thanks

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          Gregory Moore 4 years ago from Louisville, KY

          You need a combination of long range weapons (like a compound bow or crossbow) and shrt range weapons (like a sword, mace, or axe). Silence is the key. Only turn to a firearm as a last resort!

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          arckrc44 4 years ago

          What? You don't have Adrian's Undead Diary? You should most definitely check it out. Just type it into google.

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          arckrc44 4 years ago

          @arckrc44: Wait never mind, I found it, and it is complete now by the way.

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          hntrssthmpsn 4 years ago

          Awesome collection! I'm a serious zombie survivalist, but you've shown me how much great zombie literature I've been overlooking online.

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          Takkhis 4 years ago

          I want to meet with a real zombie really! show me please!!! :)

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          SashaCo 3 years ago

          Just run and never look back! lol :)

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          Laura Brown 3 years ago from Ontario, Canada

          A tree house, not visible from below and pretty easy to knock off anything that tries to climb up.

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