A zombie apocalypse is one theme that has been so recurrently dealt with in movies and such that it has now begun to seem like a very likely possibility. A legit fear, I’ll grant you that; human beings fear death most of all, or so it is said, and what better manifestation of death than zombies, yes?
It was probably the same desperate wish to evade any zombies that drove Robert Konieczny from Poland to build a 100% zombie-proof house, to the effect that zombie-researchers and enthusiasts claim that, on the occasion that zombies do decide to rise from the nether-world and invade the planet, this particular human might be the only living creature standing, probably, one believes, pointing and laughing at the hordes of zombies closing in on his fortress. A promising picture, I assure you.
Located on the outskirts of Warsaw, some of the remarkable features of the house – which is rightly called the “Safe House” – include a drawbridge, an above-ground pool for drinking water and hidden entrances, inevitably accompanied by secure concrete coverings for every single window and door. The rooftop also has solar panels (because the sun is going nowhere, zombies or no zombies). The only things that might harm the house are missiles and bombs, but seeing as how zombies are a nearer threat, getting that out of the way seems like a smart idea.
The house, designed by KWK Promes, guarantees optimum safety in case of a zombie attack. Says the website: “The most essential item for our clients was acquiring the feeling of maximum security.” With this zombie-proof house, the establishment seems to have achieved that, protecting those inside from a prospective, albeit highly unlikely, attack of the undead.
The house also has a guesthouse, so if anyone can somehow manage to become chummy with the owners, you know Poland is the place to go in case the graveyards turn one fine day.