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The Zombie Survival Guide Chapter Summary & Analysis - Recorded Attacks: 1587 A.D., Roanoke Island, North Carolina through 1893 A.D., Fort Louis Philippe, French North Africa Summary

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Recorded Attacks: 1587 A.D., Roanoke Island, North Carolina through 1893 A.D., Fort Louis Philippe, French North Africa Summary

English colonists on Roanoke Island, North Carolina, in 1587, send a party to the mainland for food. The party disappears for three weeks, and only one survivor returns, reporting an attack by zombie-like creatures. Disbelieving him, the colonists hang him. Another party is sent out and attacked by zombies, including some of the original party. They return wounded, and become zombies. It is unclear whether the town is destroyed by zombies or by local Croatan Nation natives. In 1611, a Portuguese merchant Enrique Desilva is trading in Edo, Japan, when he hears a story about a secret "Brotherhood of Life" that trains to kill demons, which from the description are zombies. The man who told an acquaintance...

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