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siemprefiestanuncasiesta: This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated. Creepy Victorian, Medical Students, Walks Dead, Victorian Age, Graves Vampires, Graves Robber, Medical Schools, Zombies, Cages Graves
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"Bonnet, Négus et Dupré sont morts a Auschwitz, le Père Jean au camp de Mauthausen. Le college a rouvert ses portes en octobre 1944. Plus de quarante ans ont passé, mais jusqu'a ma mort je me rappellerai chaque seconde de ce matin de janvier." (165)
On December 12th 1963 a man got up out of his grave where he had been buried and attacked the house where he had lived when he was alive. There is no doubt the event happened we just don't know the exact details. Or do we. Here at last is the best documented zombie attack in modern times. If your intio the paranormal and zombies you'll want to be sure to read this story.
In Rhode Island the thought of vampires still cause locals to quiver and shake. For deep in the belly of this small state, Behind the Chestnut Hill Baptist Church in the town of Exeter, lies the grave of New England’s most famous vampire, Mercy Brown. No longer is this fear summoned by the belief in souls rising from the grave though. The telling Mercy’s story has become a long-lived RI tradition. A tradition that combines true local history told in the customary fireside style with a late O