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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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Dec. 1992 A.D. Joshua Tree National Monument, California

    Dec. 1992 A.D. Joshua Tree National Monument, California. This mini-outbreak occured when a vacationing couple (Sharon Parsons and her boyfriend, Patrick MacDonald) went camping in the park. At some point, Sharon was attacked and bitten by a zombie: the likely “culprit” is implied to be Devin Martin (on account of his skin fragments appearing on […]

  • 1984 A.D., Cabrio, Arizona

    A fire broke loose at an elementary school in Cabrio, AZ., killing 47 children. There was only one survivor, Ellen Aims, who escaped by jumping out a broken window. She suffered deep lacerations and loss of blood. A hurried transfusion is the only thing that saved her life. Within half an hour, Ellen began to […]

  • Dec. 1980 A.D., Juruti, Brazil

    Dec. 1980 A.D. Juruti, Brazil – This outpost, more then 300 miles downriver from Maricela, became the scene of several attacks five weeks later. Zombies rising from the water attacked fisherman in their boats or clambered ashore at several points along the bank. The result of these attacks- numbers, response, casulties-is still unknown.

  • 1971 A.D., Nong’ona Valley, Rwanda

    Jane Massey, wildlife journalist for The Living Earth, was sent by her magazine to document the lives of endangered silverback gorillas. This excerpt ran as a small anecdote among the larger and more popular story of rare and exotic primates: As we passed a steep valley, I saw a movement of something in the foliage […]

  • 1968 A.D., Eastern Laos

    This story was related by Peter Starvos, a substance-abusing patient and former Special Forces sniper. In 1988, while under psychological evaluation at a V.A. hospital in Los Angeles, he related this story to the attending psychiatrist. Stavros stated that his team was in a routine search-and-destroy mission along the Vietnamese border. Their intended target was […]

  • 1947 A.D., Jarvie, British Columbia

    A series of articles in five separate newspapers recount the bloody events and individual heroism associated with this small Canadian hamlet. Little is known of the source of the outbreak. Historians suspect the carrier was Mathew Morgan, a local hunter who returned to town one night with a mysterious bite on his shoulder. By dawn […]

  • 1942-45 A.D., Harbin, Japanese Puppet State of Manchukuo (Manchuria)

    In 1942, the Japanese government encountered a small infestation of zombies on a pacific Island mentioned in the travels of Francis Drake. They captured eight, and started the experiment “Cherry Blossom” which attempted to breed zombies. They could not find any traces of Solanum, meaning they could not create “fresh” zombies without making them breed. […]