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  • 1554 A.D., South America

    1554 A.D., South America – It is said that in 1554 A.D. a Spanish expedition under the command of Don Rafael Cordoza penetrated the Amazon rainforest in search of the mystical El Dorado. Lead by the Native tribes, they were warned not to enter “The Valley of Endless Sleep.” Cordoza and his men were attacked […] More

  • 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

  • 1923 A.D., Colombo, Ceylon

    This account comes from The Oriental, an exatriate newspaper for Britons living in the Indian Ocean colony. Christopher Wells, a copilot for British Imperial Airways, was rescued from a life raft after fourteen days at sea. Before dying of exposure, Wells explained that he had been transporting a corpse discovered by a British expedition to […] More

  • 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 […] More

  • 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 . . […] More

  • 1073 A.D., Jerusalem

    The story of Dr. Ibrahim Obeidallah, one of the most important pioneers in the field of zombie physiology, typifies the great strides forward and the tragic steps back in science’s attempt to understand the undead. An unknown source caused an outbreak of fifteen zombies in Jaffa, a city on the coast of Palestine. Local militia, […] More

  • 1253 A.D., Fiskurhofn, Greenland

    Following the great tradition of Nordic exploration, Gunnjborn Lundergaart, an Icelandic chieftain, established a colony at the mouth of an isolated fjord. There were reported to be 153 colonists in the party. Lundergaart sailed back to Iceland after one winter, presumably to procure supplies and additional colonists. After five years, Lundergaart returned to find the […] More

  • 3000 B.C., Hieraconpolis, Egypt

    A British dig in 1892 unearthed a nondescript tomb, in Hieraconpolis, Egypt. No clues could be found to reveal who the person who occupied it was or anything about his place in society. The body was found outside the open crypt, curled up in a corner and only partially decomposed. Thousands of scratch marks adorned […] More

  • 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 […] More

  • 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 […] More

  • 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

  • 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

  • 850 A.D., Unknown Province in Saxony (Northern Germany)

    In 850, a Zombie outbreak spread across several unidentified villages in Saxony. Attempsts to exorcise the horde were unsuccessful, and the survivors were able to isolate themselves in their lord’s (or baron or count) castle. Some of the bitten survivors were taken in, no one in the castle survived. Local knights banded together to cleanse […] More

  • 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 […] More

  • 1579 A.D., Central Pacific

    During his circumnavigation of the globe, Francis Drake, the famous pirate and explorer, pitched anchor at a unnamed island to restock his supplies of food and fresh water. While he was buying supplies, the natives warned him to stay away from a nearby small cay that was supposedly the lair of the “Gods of the […] More

  • 1996 A.D., The Line of Control, Srinagar, India

    This excerpt was taken from a post action report by Lieutenant Tagore of the Border Security Force: The subject approached at a slow stagger, as if ill or intoxicated. [Through binoculars] I could observe that he wore the full uniform of the Pakistan Rangers, odd since none were reported to be operating in this zone. […] More

  • 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. […] More

  • 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

  • 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. More

  • 60,000 B.C., Katanda, Central Africa

    Recent archaeological expeditions discovered a cave that contained thirteen skulls on the banks of the Upper Semliki River, in Katanda, Central Africa. All had been crushed. Near them was a large pile of fossilized ash. Laboratory analysis determined the ash to be the remains of thirteen Homo sapiens. On the wall of the cave is […] More

  • 1611 A.D., Edo, Japan

    The record here comes from a Dutch merchant, who was told this story by a missionary. Apparently, a samurai had wanted to convert and flee with the Europeans. The samurai had told the priest that he belonged to a secret cult, called the “Society of Life”, a secret organization that was founded, and ultimately reported […] More