An 11 x 17 inch digital print featuring all manner of Zombie mayhem in Western Pennsylvania. Suitable for framing! The description of the event is as follows:
"An idyllic scene in Schenley Park, with a view of the magnificent Panther Hollow bridge. Then, as now, Pittsburgh was a city beset by the living undead or “zombies” as they are known in the vernacular. In this case the genteel ladies seem untroubled by the appearance of the ghouls. No doubt their manservant is crouching beside the photographed with a raw steak around his neck, ready to lure them away, as was the custom at the time. Due to innovative methods like this, only 27% of the landed gentry suffered attacks by the undead in 1900-1910."