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    Key West, Florida, 1935 zombie attack

    On Labor Day, September 2, 1935, a major hurricane bore down on the Florida Keys, a string of islands separating the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean. The hurricane, one of only two Category 5 storms ever recorded in the United States, made landfall at Key West, the most populous of the keys. As […] More

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    The Battle of Hope

    The Battle of Hope was the first battle in the campaign to reclaim the United States from the zombies. It was fought seven years after the disastrous Battle of Yonkers. The entire battle was actually an experiment to test the effectiveness of the new model army that had been trained in the years since zombies […] More

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    2002 A.D., St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

    A zombie—bloated, waterlogged, with skin completely dissolved—washed ashore on the northeast coast of the island. Local inhabitants were unsure of what to make of it, keeping their distance and calling for the authorities. It is thought this was only known instance of a zombie travelling long distances undersea before the war. The crowd of beachgoers, […] More

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    1987 A.D., Khotan, China

    In 1987, reports of rioting, martial law, and widespread violence towards large unarmed mobs turned the attention of the United States government to a nuclear power plant in Xinjiang, China. The People’s Republic of China offered many different stories at first, but none that matched the brutality of the reports coming in, as well as […] More

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    24th, November 2012 A.D., Chicago Zombie Attacks

    24th, November 2012 A.D., Chicago Zombie Attacks Chicago is not without it’s fair share of strange attacks. On Thanksgiving, an enraged man was aboard the California bus on Chicago’s south side. He was intoxicated, and taking off his clothes as he beat and assaulted several passengers, including the bus driver. The first officer on the […] More

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    1998 A.D., Zabrovst, Siberia

    Jacob Tailor was a documentary filmmaker for the Canadian Broadcast Company who visited the small Siberian town of Zabrovst to record a recently discovered saber-toothed tiger carcass. The body of a man in his late twenties, whose clothing matched that of a sixteenth-century cossack, had also been found. This cossack would turn out to be […] More

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    Apr. 1994 A.D., Santa Monica Bay, California

    Three Palos Verdes residents, Jim Hwang, Anthony Cho, and Michael Kim, reported to police that they were attacked while fishing in the bay. The three men swore that Hwang had been bottom fishing when his line hooked a large, extremely heavy catch. What broke the surface was a man, naked, partially burned, partially decomposed, and […] More

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    Mar. 1994 A.D., San Pedro, California

    The major source for the information of this outbreak was provided by Allie Goodwin, a crane operator at this Southern California shipyard, and her twenty-four-frame disposable camera. An unmarked container was offloaded from the SS Mare Caribe, a Panamanian-flagged freighter out of Davao City, from the Philippines. After it sat for about a week awaiting […] More

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    Feb. 1993 A.D., East Los Angeles, California

    The outbreak is recorded by Octavio and Rosa Melgar, owners of a local carneceria that doubled as their home. At about one forty-five AM, the couple was awoken to the sounds of frantic cries beneath their window. Fearing their store was being looted, Rosa called the cops while Octavio raced downstairs with his pistol. What […] More

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    Jan. 1993 A.D., Downtown Los Angeles, California

    An investigation is reportedly still underway in identifying the early stages of the outbreak, although it’s heavily implied that it involves Patrick MacDonald succumbing to his bites sometime before he could seek professional help in the city, and spreading it to the homeless populace in the area. The actual “story” starts when members of a […] More

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