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  • 156 A.D., Castra Regina, Germania (Southern Germany)

    156 A.D., Castra Regina, Germania (Southern Germany)- In Castra Regina, Germania around 156 A.D, an attack by seventeen zombies left a prominent cleric infected. The Roman commander that was sent to dispatch the outbreak, recognizing the signs of a newly turned zombie, ordered his troops to destroy the former holy man. The “death” of the […]

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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, […]

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  • 329 B.C., Afghanistan

    An unnamed Macedonian column built by the legendary conqueror Alexander the Great was visited many times by Soviet Special Forces during their own war of occupation. Five miles from the monument, one unit discovered the ancient remains of what is believed to be Hellenic Army barracks. Among other artifacts, there was a small bronze vase. […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 1583 A.D., Siberia

    A scouting party for the notorious Cossack Yermak, lost and starving to death, was rescued by a local Asiatic tribe. The scouts “repaid” the kindness by declaring themselves to be the de-facto rulers, at least until the reinforcements arrived. After gorging for several weeks on the villager’s stored food, the scout’s cleaned out their entire […]

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  • 1587 A.D., Roanoke Island, North Carolina

    The English settlers of Roanoke, cut off from England, regularly sent hunting parties to the mainland to find food. One day, one of those parties failed to return. Three weeks later, a lone survivor of the eleven member group appeared at the colony. He told of a attack by “a band of savages . . […]

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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 […]

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