A ZOMBIE TALE OF OLD NEW ORLEANS, VIOLETTE
Among these tales one of the most tragically gruesome is that of Little Violette whose name rings through infamy, forever associated with the epithet “The Zombie Child.”
A camera was found in an old vacated building after a couple of friends went on a ghost hunting expedition and never returned. The film was processed and a bunch of ordinary ghost hunting shots were developed as well as this last pic taken on the roll. Nobody will come forward to mention what building this camera was found at because they do not want anybody putting themselves at risk going there. But If anybody finds out where this took place, please come forward before somebody else walks…
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