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Re: Anyone catch the History of Zombies on History Channel?

It was`nt to bad. I did have to laugh after each segment where the profesional zombie killer guy would show all the different weapons and technical skills for killing a zombie. I think the dude played way to many video games
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Re: Anyone catch the History of Zombies on History Channel?

I missed it. Did it go into the MIT research on Tetrodotoxin, made from the skin of a venemous sea toad and puffer fish toxin, made by Voodoo priests in Haiti? I understand MIT was looking at it as an anesthetic for heart surgery and such, to actually stop the heart and leave the patient in a catatonic state. Pretty cool stuff!! That was back in the 80's if memory serves me well, me being a geezer and all!
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