Methringham Boulevard

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Methringham Boulevard

Gulsonside [75, 76]

Jewell Lane Shean Alley Railway Station the Wybrants Museum
a carpark Methringham Boulevard the Hemphill Hotel
Allan Bank a warehouse Hame Crescent Railway Station

Basic Info:

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Methringham Boulevard



It must have been fate that named this street. In the late 90s 4 buildings in this block were damaged when Meth Labs exploded. DEA officials had always suspected heavy drug activity in this sector, but were hesitant to move in until they could get more than just the runners. It wasn't known that 4 separate Meth Cooking Labs were set up on this street.

Because of the high number of Meth Addicts in this sector zombie behaviour in the early break outs was very erratic. Any zombie that fed on a junkie showed classic drug addict behaviours. The weird part was when the ones with death rattle asked for change.

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