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Zombie-Proof Cabin Is Perfect for Doomsday Preppers

It even comes with a 10-year warranty.

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From dramas like The Walking Dead to books like World War Z and even reality shows like Doomsday Preppers, zombies are everywhere in popular media these days.

Now, we're not going to suggest that all standalone freezer owners are also preppers, but we do imagine the opposite is probably true. You've got to have ample meat storage to survive the long winter that'll follow Z-Day, after all.

Well, if you fall into that group, we have some good news! UK-based Tiger Log Cabins has introduced an apocalypse-proof compound for the prepper set—the ZFC-1 Zombie Fortification Cabin.

This three-building, two-floor, seven-room kit is (as far as we can tell) absolutely not a Halloween prank. And at 44 by 30 feet, it's by far the largest cabin sold by the company, which otherwise specializes in small sheds and other garden structures.

The ZFC-1 even comes with an Xbox. In a zombie apocalypse, you've gotta pass the time somehow.

But this is no shed. The ZFC-1 is equipped with reinforced slit windows, an upper deck and/or vantage point with escape hatch, toilet plumbing, a fenced outdoor garden, a garage, a kitchen area, an arsenal for storing weapons, security cameras, solar panels for electric power, and a living area complete with an Xbox.

Yep, an Xbox. Gotta pass the time somehow.

Best of all, the ZFC-1 comes with a 10-year "Anti-Zombie Guarantee" that, and we quote, "offers protection against all forms of zombie—this includes voodoo zombies, brooks zombies, and fast infected zombies." The only catch? You have to provide "medical evidence of the presence of a zombie" if you want to cash in on your claim. Not that you'd be alive to do so.

Altogether, the complete package—including optional extras like installation, security cameras, a "riot protection outfit", and solar panels—will run you about $146,000. That's actually not so bad for what's essentially a small, armored house—even if you're not a hardcore survivalist.

To buy the ZFC-1 (and please, please let us know if you do), head over to TigerLogCabins.com. And while you're there, check out the customer reviews—they're priceless.