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‘Zombie survival class’ held in US

Participants learn how to survive a zombie invasion in the wild

‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Participants learn how to survive in the wild, including tips on how to make it through a zombie invasion at a 'Zombie First Responder' course March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
A zombie (C) attacks participants of a 'Zombie First Responder' class March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Participants at a 'Zombie First Responder' class learn to walk through a forest without shoes to maximize stealthiness March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Two women learn how to sword fight at a 'Zombie First Responder' class March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Participants at a 'Zombie First Responder' class learn about using mud as camouflage in the forest March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Romain Griffith dressed as a zombie prowls for human flesh at a 'Zombie First Responder' class March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Jocelyn Moore (R), a participant at a 'Zombie First Responder' class use toy guns to attack a zombie (L) March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Participants at a 'Zombie First Responder' class learn the proper method to throw a hatchet March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
A painted cantaloupe serves as a target on a hatchet throwing range, as part of a 'Zombie First Responder' class March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)
‘Zombie survival class’ held in US
Natasha Raedel gets her face coated with mud at a 'Zombie First Responder' class where students learned to use mud as camouflage in the forest March 11, 2012 in Sandy, Oregon. In an intensive 2-day curriculum participants train in everything from wilderness and urban survival, nerf or nerd weaponry, stealth and evasion, and proper zombie 'disposal'. (Getty Images)