It’s not Halloween time, but it’s still a cool time to think about zombies. Somewhere along the way, things such as zombies and vampires became very trendy.

But, if you live in Michigan, could you survive a zombie apocalypse? A new study finds which states are prepared for such a disaster and which states are “toast.”

The study comes from StudyFinds.org, which states, “Watching a zombie apocalypse movie can be a great way to kill some time, pun intended. However, a new survey finds plenty of Americans are actually prepping for the day their local streets are full of the walking dead. In fact, one in four don’t think it’s unusual for prepare for a real-life zombie apocalypse.”

To find out which states would make a safe haven from the walking dead, researchers looked at more than 1,200 search terms related to getting ready for a zombie apocalypse. The crew also looked at those results and compared them to each state’s population. The best states to survive the zombie apocalypse is Wyoming. I have no idea why. Michigan is among the worst states to survive one, at No. 42 on the list. Yikes. Let’s hope it never happens. Find the full list here.

Michigan Has 6 Haunted Hotels That Will Give You Nightmares

  • Landmark Inn, Marquette

    “Amidst the shopping, dining, and entertainment of downtown Marquette and Lake Superior’s blissful shores, discover a place with six floors and a million stories,” their official website states. Perhaps ghosts, too?

    Landmark Inn | Charming Marquette, MI Hotel

    Amidst the shopping, dining, and entertainment of downtown Marquette and Lake Superior's blissful shores, discover a place with six floors and a million stories. At the Landmark Inn, old-world splendor and timeless elegance meet modern convenience and charm. As featured in the New York Times, we're proud to be a AAA Diamond-rated hotel that welcomed our first guests in 1930.

  • Nahma Inn

    This is a delightful pick if you’re going up north, as the Nahma Inn is located on Lake Michigan in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

    Nahma Inn | Lodging & Dining - Upper Peninsula of Michigan

    Located on Lake Michigan in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the historic Nahma Inn should be your next lodging and dining destination. Open year-round, the Inn is a great place for those looking to unwind and relax in the quaint town of Nahma, MI.

  • Red Apple Restaurant and Inn, Wayne

    This inn has a restaurant that’s supposed to be incredible. I found way more information on the restaurant than the inn itself!

    Red Apple Inn, Wayne, USA

    32707 Michigan Avenue, Wayne, MI 48184, United States of America - After booking, all of the property's details, including telephone and address, are provided in your booking confirmation and your account.

  • The Henry, Dearborn

    The Henry is one of Dearborn’s most popular hotels, but did you know it’s supposedly haunted? If you’re spotted a ghost here, let us know!

    The Henry, Autograph Collection

    Check in: 4:00 PM Check out: 11:00 AM 308 Rooms Free Wi-Fi Swimming Pool Business Center Fitness Center Just beyond the energy of Detroit, The Henry is located adjacent to Fairlane Town Center.

  • The National House Inn, Marshall

    The National House Inn in Marshall is a very historical hotel, which makes sense, because Marshall is full of Michigan history.

    National House Inn Bed & Breakfast in Marshall, Michigan

    National House Inn Bed & Breakfast in Marshall, Michigan

  • The Henderson Castle, Kalamazoo

    On it’s official website, The Henderson Castle bills itself as “the most popular Inn in Kalamazoo.” With a name like The Henderson Castle, of course it could be haunted, too.

    Henderson Castle - Bed & Breakfast Kalamazoo | Special Events Venue

    "Welcome to the Henderson Castle, the most popular Inn in Kalamazoo. Whether you're local or coming to visit from Grand Rapids, Detroit, Lansing, South Bend or Chicago, you'll find us to be the best destination for your anniversary, birthday, wedding, graduation, or romantic getaway.

  • Source

    This list is via OnlyinYourState.com.

Anne Erickson's love for music drew her into radio, and she started shortly after graduating from MSU. She has a passion for rock and metal, plus local music. She also fronts the band Upon Wings. Email Anne at erickson@WRIF.com, follow her on Instagram at @EricksonAnne and tweet at her @AnneErickson!