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THE DEAD BEAR WITNESS - FIRST. Baltimore, MD: Die, Monster, Die!, 2002. First Edition. Chapbook. Fine / Fine. Overview: Behind prison walls, they make a last stand for freedom against the living dead! A chilling new tale of zombies, crime, and tragedy. "A visceral, gore-soaked descent into territories largely unexplored since the films of Romero and Fulci. Most definitely NOT intended for the faint-of-heart!" - Vince Sneed, Publisher, Die, Monster, Die! == They Won't Stay Dead! One of the docs announced the time of death -- then they ripped the dying car-thief apart like a Christmas turkey... Thirty seconds later they finished. The doc hunched over Costas's face wrenced the car thief's head frmo his neck. Two guards slipped a body bag over his torso; another held one wide for the head. And as Lucio's lifeless gray cranium vanished aside, his smartass eyes flickered open -- ivory in the last beam of light that touched them -- and stared right at me, cool as December, like all was right in his world. Soon as that head crowned the pile of body parts the aluminum cart started rattling. Slow at first, like when a truck rolls by a house and shakes the pictures on the walls. But then each of the black bundles began wriggling like a caged rat and the canvas liner bulged as severed limbs squirmed over each other. ...I grabbed the nurse by the arm. "What in holy hell was that?" I rasped. "You been living in a cave for the last month?" she spat.
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