Pittsburgh Zombie Outbreaks and Attacks

13 Oct

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From the etsy site where you can buy a copy of this map.  Or, save the shipping cost and get it at Wildcard in Lawrenceville

While no one can precisely pinpoint the first resurrections of the living undead, historians and scholars agree that Pittsburgh was the birthplace of the modern undead phenomenon. As such, the city of Three Rivers has been dealing with “Zombie” preparedness for decades. This handy map was given out to local businesses by Romero & Sons, an unique firm that specialized in the disposal of the undead. The grandson of the original Romero would later produce a series of educational documentaries on the events of a full-scale undead uprising.


2 Responses to “Pittsburgh Zombie Outbreaks and Attacks”

  1. Bill Buckley June 12, 2013 at 3:16 pm #

    You have no clue what you are talking about. This map was stolen and photo-shopped. Here is the original: http://mappery.com/Antique-map-of-Pittsburgh-from-1879

  2. pittsburghmaps June 12, 2013 at 4:06 pm #

    Wait a minute…WHAT!! you mean there were no zombie attacks in Pittsburgh!?! Are you saying i’ve been hoodwinked?

    This map is part of a series from an artist that takes old photos and maps and photoshops monsters and disasters into them. it’s called Alternate Histories. This map is funny.

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