WWZ Year 21 [11years after World V Day]
Location - Sudong - Ri, North Korea
11 years after World Victory Day and the investigations into the North Korean Hills, the tunnel entrances to the large underground bunkers that housed all of the dictatorship ruled countries population is sealed off permanently by a 1/4 of a mile of concrete in each tunnel entrance and a further 10 feet deep concrete surfacing around the entrances of the tunnels to reinforce them.
It took a staggering 11 years to organise the project via world courts and governments due to the heavy debate as to whether or not there were any survivors actually trapped within the confines of the underground cities that lay below. The very first team that had been lead into the hills to scout to the area led by Terry Hughes had found the area to be compleltey abandoned with a complete lack of maintanence on any of the infrastructure. Furthermore, water samples collected from the damp and slowly flooding tunnels contained traces of Solanum. It was unknown whether or not the traces were coming from a locked off area from survivors in an entrance/reception type large open space of the bunker with a further bulkhead ahead, or whether or not there were something in the region of 20 million zombies currently trapped underground waiting in the dark.
After much debate and arguments, it was decided, after a complete lack of any heat signatures from the hillsides, any sign of gasses or signs of ventilation being produced and the complete lack of any maintanence to the entrances, or any communication what so ever to the outside world, even those of a defector or SOS, and 11 years worth of positive solanum test results within the water that the contents of the North Korean hills was nothing but death.
The final nail in the coffin on the matter was hammered home 2 days after Terry Hughes interview with Max Brooks and the decision to fill the entrances with concrete was made when after just over a decade of trying, a recording was finally retrieved from the confines of the North Korean computer systems that had long been shut down and riddled with some of the most complex security systems that were impossible to hack until recently.
The recordings were from an internal surveillance system within the bunkers themselves dated at the beginning of the war. There was no footage to accompany these recordings. Only the audio of countless screams and cries for help, arguing and fighting amongst a sea of an unmistakable and infamous wave of moaning for almost 4 days could be heard.
Further recordings have yet to be discovered.
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