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Originally posted by prevenge
reply to post by Nemox42
there IS going to be a zombie apocalypse... just look how all the major movies in the genre are spaced an auspiciously numbered amount of days from the january 15th 2010 annular eclipse / equinox
watch the movie by clicking the CHRONOCLYSM link in my profile...
The Real Night of the Living Dead is the alleged true story of Veimer Stanton
My name is Mark L. Kramer. If you are a fan of zombies then I invite you to check out my new zombie book titled THE REAL NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. The story of an attendant trapped in a zombie infested mental hospital, known as Philadelphia State Hospital, where he is forced to fight for his life over the course of the night.
I have been a fan of zombies since I was a young boy, and I wanted to do my part to share my zombie story with the rest of the zombie fans just in time for Halloween.
The book is available now on Amazon. I hope you check it out.
Mark L. Kramer
I know it sounds completely unbelievable, and I'm the first to admit that, but I'll say this much, I was introduced to an old man who claimed to have been an attendant at Philadelpia State Hospital back in the early 1950s and experienced the worst night of his life when an experimental vaccination went wrong and the result caused the tested patients to die and then return to life.
I thought the man was crazy, but he still had the shirt of his uniform that was torn and stained with blood from that night. I figured I'd at least listen to his story; what harm would that cause? For a week, I met with him and interviewed him and the result was this book. I have to say one thing, he recited the story like he experienced it, which I thought was pretty amazing.
So, is it true? It's not proven to be true, or false, for that matter. This is the story from a former attendant who claims this took place and he was in the middle of it. But me being the huge zombie fan that I am, I figured, zombie fans everywhere have always wondered if it could happen, or if it ever happened. So I knew this was a story that all zombie fans needed to hear.
The attendant's name is Veimer Stanton as it is listed in the book. I do not believe it is referenced anywhere else online, however I did my best to track down a few former staff members who worked there years later and they reported to me of an attempted breakout by patients sometime around 1950-1952.
I am not refusing this to be fiction. It is one man's story - a man who could be crazy and believing something that never happened, or the story could be crazy enough to be true - and I felt the story needed to be told because like Lord Anubis said, no single zombie fan has ever heard of it.
But, to each his own, if you want to believe there could be some truth to this then do it, you are entitled to your opinion. If you want to believe that it is completely fiction and totally unbelievable then, again, it is your opinion. I don't have a problem with either. That is what makes these discussions exciting, especially when the topic of discussion is the living dead.