$24,000 zombie survival kit? Check. Ridiculously tricked-out vehicle to mow down the undead? Check. A collection of books to prepare yourself for what's coming next? Check. What's missing? A personal fortress to house it all. And today, my paranoid friends, is the day to knock that off your list.

Allow me to introduce the Zombie Fortification Cabin (aka, ZFC-1), a three-compartment compound from Tiger Log Cabins that will allow you to safely ride out the end-of-the-world in comfort. In the initial $113,000 package, you'll find all of the materials needed to impress your friends and worry your neighbors, including: an upper deck with escape hatch, barbed wire, a garden section to grow food, toilet system, weight machines, kitchen with microwave, a record player (zombies hate analog), and an Xbox with Plasma TV.

Additional options include solar panels ($5,600), security cameras ($3,000), and the satisfaction of watching someone else build and install the thing ($21,000). For an undisclosed price, water cannons, spotlights, and flame throwers can also be installed. (I particularly like the flame thrower option in the garage because, why not!?)

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To counter any customer concerns that this whole thing is more about marketing and less about realistic defense from zombies, all ZFC-1 cabins carry a "10-year anti-zombie guarantee" — with one caveat.

"Please note: we require medical evidence of the presence of a real zombie should you wish to claim under the 10-year anti-zombie guarantee," the website states. In other words, don't bother saving the receipt. 

To see more details about the Zombie Fortification Cabin — and to trick out your own post-apocalyptic survival pad — jump here

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Your zombie-proof log cabin has arrived
Show the undead you mean business with this solar-powered, steel-reinforced compound. Flame thrower and water cannon optional.