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Zombies make good business

You’d think that no one in their right mind would be excited about a community being over run by zombies, but they are actually being invited in to a southeast Kansas town — and the rest of the state needs to get in line.
Not with zombies, it has to be admitted.
The zombies themselves are a losing proposition, what with the diminished mobility, disease spread and very real detriment to economic development,
But stories about the zombies, especially when told through the motion picture medium, can be a winner, as is the case in the Parsons area where the ...


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