Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse

Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse

Language: English

Pages: 160

ISBN: 1452101086

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Post Secret meets World War Z in this chilling vision of the fallout following a global zombie pandemic. A gradual mutation of a virulent strain of super flu gives rise to millions of the undead, who quickly overwhelm treatment facilities and swarm cities around the world, leaving survivors on their own against a legion of the infected. This chilling story is told through the scraps of paper, scrawled signs, and cryptic markers left by survivors as they struggle to stay alive and find those they've lost in a world overrun by zombies. Through these found notes and messages letters to loved ones, journal fragments, confessions, and warnings readers can uncover the story of what went wrong, and come to know the individual voices of those affected by the zombie crisis.

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Walton Mary Lee Evelyn Keeney Monkey Butt Films Pam Cornacchione Poe Rob Reault Sarah Mankowski Scot Lundy Stephen Stevi Moore Stephen Majhi Rhinehart Steve Mockus T.H. Theimer Jr. Victoria Thomas William Bruin ZombieJack Editor’s Note The contents presented in this book were originally discovered in a backpack in the town of Colfax, located in Northern California. It is presumed that the last owner of the backpack is the author of the notes on pages 8 through 10. He or she

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seems to have acquired the notes, letters, and photographs having already been previously collected and may or may not have added further to the collection. Its also unclear how many people may have carried the backpack and added to the collection before it reached the author of these most recent notes. It is clear that those who kept the collection considered it an important enough record to carry, even while other survival factors would have weighed against doing so. The material is

seems to have acquired the notes, letters, and photographs having already been previously collected and may or may not have added further to the collection. Its also unclear how many people may have carried the backpack and added to the collection before it reached the author of these most recent notes. It is clear that those who kept the collection considered it an important enough record to carry, even while other survival factors would have weighed against doing so. The material is

resulting from the Campion Virus. November—“We Lost Some Zombies” On November 1st, the headline on New Yorks leading newspaper reads “We Lost Some Zombies”. The quote is from a uniformed guard stationed at Camp St. Teresa, excerpted from a frantic radio transmission made by the guard before he and other soldiers flee the facility in Humvees. By November 2nd, the infected reach Las Vegas. Despite a significant army presence and efforts to quarantine the city, it falls within days, and the

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