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Winterhodge Hollow is a small town featured in The Last Ones. In spite of its relatively petite size, it is a major location for the series and was featured heavily for the first five episodes of the first season.
Little to nothing is known about Winterhodge Hollow's origin but it's seen and described as a small town which appears to be gloomy but beautiful.
It appeared to be a very peaceful place as multiple families were known to reside there.
After the departure of the group of survivors led by Peter Thompson (due to the growing number of undead) the town is now presumably abandoned all-together. Peter returned some weeks after leaving to bury his son.
- Jinx - A cat who belonged to the Thompson family. He is the only known character to be living in the town.
- The Thompson family:
- The O'Hara family:
- The Evans family:
- The Doyle family:
- Jimmy Doyle
- Jimmy's unnamed wife
- Jimmy's unnamed child
- Ollie's Group:
- Season One
- Winterhodge Hollow was the last known town to be affected by the undead as it seemed to be relatively unscathed for at least a month after the outbreak.
- There are only three residents from Winterhodge Hollow confirmed to be alive.
- Interestingly, the two main locations featured in the first season (Winterhodge Hollow and Summerlyn City) both have seasons in their name.
|The Last Ones Locations|
|Season One|| Winterhodge Hollow|
(The Acorn • Winterhodge Hollow library • The Thompson house • The Evans house)
(Franklin Penthouse • Basement Prison • Swimming Center • Big Pete's Camp • Victoria • Summerlyn Hospital • The Layton House • Samantha's Shack • Ludovico's)
(Little Oak Clinic)
|Season Two|| Winterhodge Hollow|
(The Thompson house)
(Basement Prison • Victoria • Samantha's Shack)
The Goode Farm
(Train Station Camp • Restaurant Camp)