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The 1932 Zombie Killing Games in Los Angeles
The 1932 Zombie Killing Games in Los Angeles
The 1932 Zombie Killing Games in Los Angeles
The 1932 Zombie Killing Games in Los Angeles

The 1932 Zombie Killing Games in Los Angeles

A Zombie Olympics in Los Angeles, California! It happened -- or at least you'll think it did after looking at this 11 x 17 inch, suitable for framing print!

Comes with this description: A grand confluence of events created the great Los Angeles Zombie Killing Games. After the success of the 1932 Olympics, the city was eager to make use of their newly built stadiums and housing, and to reap more tourist and investment dollars. At the same time, a virulent strain of Living Undead Infections (or “Zombies”) affected the entire Valley area, from Santa Monica to Whittier. Mayor John C. Porter proposed the Zombie Killing Games (also known as the Living Undead Olympics), which drew renowned slayers from around the world to compete in such diverse fields as Underwater Battles, Competitive Silence, and the crowd-pleasing Head Hockey and “Foot” ball where zombie body parts were used as balls.



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