Zombies and Vegas, they just go great together! Dream about what might have been with this 11 x 17 inch print on 100lb paper. Comes with this description:
As Las Vegas grew from a small desert town to “America’s Playground” in the 1950s, casino owners (both legitimate and criminally affiliated) recognized that hordes of zombies swarming in from the desert would adversely affect their income. This led to the establishment of the first municipal Living Dead Task Force in any American city, heavily staffed by East Coast men of ill-repute who were nonetheless quite handy with a shotgun and a shovel. As a nod to the city’s safe streets, Staggering Hank’s Casino opened in 1954, featuring a beloved neon cowboy zombie astride the famed Vegas strip.
After viewing this 11 x 17 inch print, you'll be singing "I left my dinosaur in San Francisco!"Comes with this description: In the years before the discovery of gold, San...
The only way to improve on the epic majesty of Arizona's Grand Canyon would be to add...flying saucers! This 11 x 17 print does just that - comes with this...
Are you familiar with the Hodgson & Robinson Bank Clock Tower in Portland, Oregon? No? That's because it was destroyed by the Willamette River Creature in 1889! Learn that fact...
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