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I WAS A ZOMBIE LOVE SLAVE! Missing Coed’s Shocking Account

Carrefour (Darby Jones) carries an unconscious Jessica Holland (Christine Gordon) in a scene from the 1943 horror film I Walked with a Zombie. Photo by Corbis

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Voodoo Man Costume, Black - Includes Jacket, Stick, Hat with Mask, Hair & Necklace - Available in Medium Chest - £

The Serpent and the Rainbow - Wade Davis  The book that started it all for me. Zombies! Haiti! Sociology! I blame Wade Davis for my student loans.

The Serpent and the Rainbow [ First Warner Books Printing: April 1987 ] (a Harvard scientist uncovers the startling truth about the secret world of Haitian voodoo and zombis)

Zombie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Zombie, at twilight, in a field of cane sugar of haïti.

Lora Zombie - Haiti Kid

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El increíble caso de Clairvius Narcisse, el primer zombi de la Historia - http://aquiactualidad.com/curioso-caso-clairvius-narcisse-hombre-zombi-haiti/

El increíble caso de Clairvius Narcisse, el primer zombi de la Historia - http://aquiactualidad.com/curioso-caso-clairvius-narcisse-hombre-zombi-haiti/

WTF Fun Fact #2096: Due to the discovery of many brain parasites, scientists say that a zombie apocalypse is actually possible.

How Long Would You Survive in the Zombie Apocalypse?

Originally posted at The Nerds of Color I don’t mean the zombie survivors. I mean the zombies. Ironically, The Walking Dead is pretty racially diverse compared to other zombie movies in the genre.

Creepiest Real Zombies of Haiti. The Paranormal Scholar asks... Does Haitian Voodoo Resurrect the Dead?

Creepiest Real Zombies of Haiti. The Paranormal Scholar asks. Does Haitian Voodoo Resurrect the Dead?

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Smashed soda can face - embellished with acrylic paint and puffy paint

Smashed soda can face. This has Haiti art project written all over it. Recycled and colorful and voodoo looking!

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Baron Samedi (Sagbata alias Lord of the Dead) (African Voodoo God) (Haiti)…

Baron Samedi (Sagbata alias Lord of the Dead) (African Voodoo God) (Haiti) Zombie Master. Baron Samedi is also elegua.

The only known image of a Haitian zombie. This was a real man who lived in Haiti in the 80s. He isn’t a character in a movie or a performer. This man was buried and mourned by his family, then literally raised from his grave and "reanimated" by a Voodoo sorcerer (called a bokor). Image taken by the mans wife as he was wandering around their neighborhood, dazed and unresponsive.

Felicia Felix-Mentor was a Haitian woman believed to have been made into a zombie in the early part of the century. She reportedly died in after a sudden illness of the type that Haitian belief finds to be characteristic of a person.

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