Trulia’s unnatural hazard zone of Zombies, Vampires, and Ghosts
Realtors and real estate home buyers reference Natural Hazard Zone maps to see where earthquake fault zones, 100 year floodplain zones, liquefaction and other zones may be.
How about the UN natural zones of Halloween lore?
Trulia has put together another useful article to advise home buyers (who aren’t scared) where to stake out a home to purchase. Few quick tips:
· Avoid the walking dead, don’t visit Providence, RI. (Been there, cool place. But Salem didn’t make the list?)
· Don’t want to be the next victim in a Stephanie Meyer “Twilight” novel, stay clear of San Diego, CA. (But you must go! The Whaley House is calling!)
· Not all ghosts are friendly like Casper so skipping a trip to the Big Easy (New Orleans, LA) will keep you free of the unwanted haunting. (That’s three for three of absolute must-see places. So what if they are all a little haunted?)
They include three different lists – one for most likely to have zombies, another for vampires, and a third for ghosts. I only believe in one out of three but think it’s a great bunch of lists just the same.
Example of data – Where vamps go after coming out of the coffins.
|#||Urban Area||Blood Banks and Hospitals Per 50,000 People|
|1||San Diego CA||3.2|
|3||San Francisco–Oakland CA||2.5|
|4||Louisville/Jefferson County KY–IN||2.4|
|5||New Orleans LA||2.3|
|6||Oklahoma City OK||2.3|
|9||San Antonio TX||2.2|
Now go check out the full article yourself. Have fun!