07:10 AM #
I have a few minutes alone in the hold of Shawn's duck to tweet some more about Leah's story. After losing Aiden, Leah had other problems...
07:13 AM #
She took shelter in the abandoned town car to await another evacuation convoy. She planned to beg for space and find Aiden in Door County.
07:16 AM #
Unfortunately, her original convoy's problems on I39 were so bad that no others took that route again. Other passersby refused to stop.
07:19 AM #
The situation got worse as zombie sightings increased and travelers became more desperate. She began to fear for her own safety.
07:22 AM #
Leah watched and waited as long as she could. Every day, there were fewer vehicles and more sightings of the dead. It got quieter, colder...
07:25 AM #
Hunger finally forced her to move on. With zombies coming from the north, she was convinced Portage had fallen. She walked west on I94.
07:28 AM #
For awhile, the road was quiet. She found a little food in a couple of the dozens of abandoned cars she walked past. She drank rainwater.
07:31 AM #
She began seeing the dead again as she approached Wisconsin Dells. Disheartened, she got off the highway and sought shelter. #zompocalypse
07:34 AM #
She found a farm with hastily reinforced fences. It looked inhabited, and it was. The family inside took her in. She was safe, for awhile.