How to Hide a Shelter in the Wild

How to Hide a Shelter in the Wild

Sometimes secrecy is key when it comes to setting up and surviving in a shelter. Maybe you’re on the run from someone, the undead have taken over the city, or you simply want a bit of privacy while you’re out in the wild. If so, follow these simple steps to keep your shelter under wraps.…

Earn Zombease Patches!

Earn Zombease Patches!

Sure, there are literally hundreds of survival guides, anti-zombie informationals, DIY or Die Trying projects, and plenty of gear reviews spread throughout Zombease.com… but there’s a lot more going on here than appears at first glance. I started Zombease just under 3 years ago, with the idea that it would be a short-term solution for…

Gathering Water From Plants

Gathering Water From Plants

Written by David Anth of BackTrail Territory Bushcraft The procurement of fresh water is critical for any survivor. There are many methods for obtaining water, from simply taking it from a fresh source such as a river or stream, and treating it by boiling, filtering or chemical means, to constructing a filter, solar still, desalinization…

Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset Review

Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset Review

Known for their innovative designs and out of the box creative solutions for outdoor adventurers, Esbit helped bring minimalist backpacking stoves to the forefront of food prep in the wild. And, with the creation of the Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking Cookset, they’ve taken things to a whole new level Esbit Alcohol Stove and Trekking…

Gerber Gear Edict Tactical Knife Review

Gerber Gear Edict Tactical Knife Review

Gerber Gear Edict There’s no guarantee that you’ll make it out alive during the next tactical or survival situation you find yourself in, but a good knife can go a long way to helping ensure you do.¬†With tactical operations and self-defense uses in mind, the Gerber Gear Edict tries to cover as many bases it…

Abandoned Train Tunnel: Home Away From Home #6

Abandoned Train Tunnel: Home Away From Home #6

With dangers of every kind lurking around nearly every corner, many survivors will have to take to the streets and seek out a new home after an apocalypse or other major disaster. Schools, apartment buildings, post offices, swim centers, and even abandoned bowling alleys could be home to those of us that make it out…

How to Desalinate Water in the Sand

How to Desalinate Water in the Sand

When you’re trapped on a desert island or stuck on an abandoned beach somewhere after the apocalypse, desalinization is key to survival. Without clean potable water there is no way that you’ll make it out alive. Surprisingly enough though, desalinizing water is a pretty simple process when you’ve got a bit of sand, some hot…

Ebola – What We Know So Far

Ebola – What We Know So Far

Ebola – What We Know So Far According to the CDC the 2014 West African outbreak of Ebola is the largest in world history and the first Ebola epidemic the world has ever known. The CDC estimates that there are approximately 8,000 cases (as high as 21,0000 due to under reporting) currently throughout West Africa…