Horror fans can now buy “world’s first” zombie proof cabin in time for Halloween

A British company have created the ‘world’s first’ zombie-proof log cabin, which claims to be secure enough to withstand any zombie attack.

The firm, Tiger Log Cabins have designed the cabin, which costs a staggering £70,000, in time for Halloween and some key features include an escape hatch, 360-degree vantage point and a storage unit to keep weapons.

The zombie proof cabin costs a whopping £70,000

The zombie proof cabin costs a whopping £70,000

The Zombie Fortification Cabin comes with a 10-year anti-zombie guarantee and is split into three compartments including a kitchen, gym facilities and a secure internal garden area.

Jack Sutcliffe, from the company, said: “We have a great team here and a lot of the guys and girls are really into the whole zombie phenomenon – with TV shows such as The Walking Dead proving really popular at the moment.

The idea for the cabin came after a conversation in the office about what would happen in a zombie apocalypse.

British company Tiger Log Cabins came up with the idea after a conversation about a zombie apocalypse

British company Tiger Log Cabins came up with the idea after a conversation about a zombie apocalypse

Jack said: “The conversation went from there and one of the team jokingly suggested that we would all be ok because we could just build ourselves a special log cabin and all hide in there. From there the idea was born and we thought ‘well why not…’.

“With Halloween coming up and many like minded zombie movement fans out there we know there will be a lot of people out their thinking ‘what if this October 31st is going to be the coming of the apocalypse’ and we feel like we owe it to our customers to offer a viable protection solution for those who otherwise might be left vulnerable during these worrying times.”

For any potential buyers, the cabin will take a week to install and if you want Tiger Log Cabins to fit your zombie proof cabin it will cost you an extra £12,995.

Jack Sutcliffe, from the company, said: "We feel like we owe it to our customers to offer a viable protection solution for those who otherwise might be left vulnerable during these worrying times."

Jack Sutcliffe, from the company, said: “We feel like we owe it to our customers to offer a viable protection solution for those who otherwise might be left vulnerable during these worrying times.”