A medical study of the Haitian zombie « Mind Hacks

Felicia Felix-Mentor was a Haitian woman believed to have been made into a zombie in the early part of the century. She reportedly died in after a sudden illness of the type that Haitian belief finds to be characteristic of a person.

Investigating the Haitian Zombie (Part 1/6) - YouTube

Rumor has it that there is a secret drug in Haiti that can turn the living into Zombies. In part Hamilton takes off for Port-Au-Prince on a quest for the .

The Curious Case of Clairvius Narcisse, and Other Instances of Haitian "Zombies" - Kreyolicious.com

Zombies can be real, discover the story of the Haitian Zombies - Knowledge Paradise

Read a real-life medical report on three cases of Haitian zombies

Read a real-life medical report on three cases of Haitian zombies

Promotional image from Jacques Tourneur's film I Walked With a Zombie (colorized), distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, United States, photograph by J.

Haitian Voodoo Priest | Very Rare & Intense Haitian Zombie VOODOO Vodun Paket from Altar HALF ...

Haitian Voodoo Priest | Very Rare & Intense Haitian Zombie VOODOO Vodun Paket from Altar HALF ...

Passage of Darkness: The Ethnobiology of the Haitian Zombie by Wade Davis

This is one of the most educational books I've read yet. I learned so much about the history of Haiti, and the chemical components to creating real zombies!

In 1929, William Seabrook published his book The Magic Island, which was the first presentation of the concept of Haitian zombies to the larger world. This book also detailed his personal encounter with three zombies...

In William Seabrook published his book The Magic Island, which was the first presentation of the concept of Haitian zombies to the larger world. This book also detailed his personal encounter with three zombies.

10 Creepy Facts You Never Knew About Zombies

10 Creepy Facts You Never Knew About Zombies

An author speaks on how zombies' originated in Haitian folklore and why the American entertainment industry appropriated these undead creatures.

Welcome to Haiti, ground zero and birthplace of Voodoo as we know it. While the "Haitian Zombie" might be the most popular paranormal export, Haiti is rich with spiritual tradition. Known as "Vodou" in the country, this amalgamation of various spiritual pathways has it's roots in slavery. "Bondye" is the unknowable Supreme Being, and "Loa" serve as a pantheon of spirits. Practitioners worship the Loa that suits their needs. Read More on D

Dive into the intriguing world of Haitian Voodoo, or Vodou as it's known within the country of Haiti. Zombies, spells and witchdoctors all come into play!

The history behind zombies: Wade Davis, Ethnobiologist, researched Haitian Zombies.

Real Zombies, Haitian Voodoo, and a Man Named Clairvius

Voodoo zombies are an actual phenomenon discovered by Wade Davis, an ethnobiologist who researched the astonishing case of Clairvius Narcisse. Skeptics question Davis's findings: are zombies real?

Voodoo zombies are the original zombies and the source inspiration of every fictional zombie which followed. These types of zombies still remain a common part of religious rituals and phenomena in West African Vodun culture and Haitian Vodou. Western observers may regard both of these cultures and their zombie phenomena as closely related to witch craft.

New concept artwork for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has arrived! Check out some incredible pirate-zombie drawings before they get the CGI

Clairvius Narcisse was a Haitian "zombie" created by a witchdoctor.

The History Of Zombies In Myth And Movies

Zombies, also know as the living dead, are more than just horror film villains.

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