Worried about zombies on your street? In your home? Using your lawn mower to spruce up the cemetery? This weekend, Southeast Community College Continuing Education in Lincoln is holding a four-hour course called Zombie Preparedness 101.
The course will cover ways people can overcome their fears and
be ready for the odd zombie attack.
The tongue-in-cheek class is scheduled for Saturday at the
college Continuing Education Center. It will cost $25.
Instructor Lawrence Hernandez said that his love-hate relationship with zombies began when he was a kid. He says the late Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video scared the heck out of him.
The class is open to 25 people. But Hernandez says more students
would be useful, because "zombies come in hordes."