It’s rare that a show puts together an awesome idea long before they even release a trailer for the new season. That’s pretty much what’s happening with AMC’s second season of the critically acclaimed adaptation of The Walking Dead.
Down in Atlanta, where the show currently shoots and takes place, the roads are slowed due to a certain zombie outbreak. You tell us if this isn’t one of the scariest road signs you’ve ever seen on the highway. Here’s the official report.
Police in Cobb County are warning drivers to be on guard for a zombie outbreak as filming of the hit drama series “The Walking Dead” begins there. They plan to post two message boards on a busy thoroughfare.
Police officer Mike Bowman said drivers can expect zombies and simulated gunfire, which could lead to traffic delays next week.
The Marietta Daily Journal reports the message boards will be set up on Cobb Galleria Parkway.
Sure enough, you can expect there to be people dumb enough to actually believe these signs, but let’s hope that doesn’t result in anyone taking a machete to any extras who have wandered a bit too far off the set.
Walking Dead season 2 is expected to hit the airwaves this Fall.