Interactive map tracks ‘risk of zombie infestation’ in the Piedmont Triad

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(Credit: Trulia)

(Credit: Trulia)

The real estate website Trulia has mapped out some “unnatural hazards” for the Piedmont Triad ahead of Halloween.

Trulia offers an interactive map service that shows information for homebuyers on crime risks, school locations, affordability and hazards.

For Halloween, the site added a category to its map feature called “unnatural hazards.” These┬áprovide information on “zombie infestations,” “ghost sightings” and “vampire bites.”

According to the comedic map, most of the major Piedmont Triad cities appear to be a total loss, with Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Burlington showing up as overrun by the zombie hordes.

Oddly enough, the Triad’s third-largest city — High Point — seems to be for the most part zombie-free.

The safest bet for avoiding the undead seems to be Stokes County, according to Trulia. But let’s face it — it’s zombies, so nowhere is safe.

To explore the map, click here.