The Best Zombie Story of the Year

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5 Responses to “The Best Zombie Story of the Year”

  1. dculberson says:

    That was incredible .. and incredibly sad. I would desperately like to hear of Nadathe being reunited with her family. I can only imagine being in that situation, and feel that I would have responded similarly to them.

  2. nanuq says:

    You have to wonder how much of this is due to cultural conditioning, i.e., people being tricked into believing that someone has the power to transform them into zombies.

  3. nanuq says:

    You have to wonder how much of this is due to cultural conditioning, i.e., people being tricked into believing that someone has the power to transform them into zombies.

  4. Zombiemaster says:

    If you enjoy this read and you should, check out a novel by W.B. Seabrook “The Magic Island”. Written in 1929 about a white mans journey into Voodoo.

  5. Anonymous says:

    my fiance is half haitian. his grandmother was brought up in the religion, and boy does she ever have some spooky bedtime stories to tell!

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