I dont know but you have me thinking of the wild west days there was some form of law in the west but a person needed to be prepared to enforce it themself.
Probably lots of stories out on the trails that never got told.
Bingo. Why is it that everyone was armed... also think of "ghost towns"
Reminds me of this:
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So what is a 'real zombie' then?
Much like what you see on tv(slow zombies not fast) primary difference being its a curse not a virus
What are the specifics around the curse? I remember we discussed how the plague of 1666 was really a curse for Astaroth to enter through (at least) the Astor bloodline, but what are circumstances behind the origins of this 'zombie curse' and who 'qualifies' to get cursed by it?
I thought curses can be broken too, is that still the case with something like this?
Consider the african origin of zombies...
During the 1830s, white mobs attacked African Americans in cities throughout the nation, including Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Buffalo, and Pittsburgh. This mob violence led Abraham Lincoln to lament “the worse than savage mobs” and “the increasing disregard for law which pervades the country” (Feldberg, 1980, p. 4).Feldberg, M. (1980). The turbulent era: Riot and disorder in Jacksonian America. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. The mob violence stemmed from a “deep-seated racial prejudice…in which whites saw blacks as ‘something less than human
’” (Brown, 1975, p. 206)Brown, R. M. (1975). Strain of violence: Historical studies of American violence and vigilantism