Friday, November 2, 2018

Zombie Facts in Real Life, Not a Human Eater? - So far, we know zombies only through movies and games. But the fact is that zombies really exist in the real world. But there is a slight difference between zombies in a movie or video game with zombies in a real life.

Zombies came from the island of Haiti in the Caribbean. They were people who almost died and were revived by Voodoo magicians. Voodoo itself is supernatural ritual from the Indian tribes, which is believed to be able to revive people who have died.

Now those who are revived are usually used to become slaves. Like humans, zombies can move, eat, hear and speak, but they have no memory and insight into their condition. Their consciousness seemed to be gone.

The story of zombies has actually been circulating for centuries, but it was not until 1980 that a new case was documented.

The story began in 1962 in Haiti, when Clairivius Narcisse was sold to a Magician or a Voodoo Shaman by his brother, because Clairvius refused to sell his inheritance.

Of course, by the Voodoo Shaman, Clairvius was immediately made dead and buried. However, not to be dead forever, but instead he became a zombie to be employed on sugar cane plantations with other zombies.

In 1964, after the zombie owner died, the zombies finally spread and went across the island in a state. They were actually unconscious for approximately 16 years, before finally the zombies were captured.

Dr.Wade Davis, an ethnobiologist from Harvard University then decided to conduct research related to the story. Dr. Wade Davis went to Haiti and was surprised when it turned out that he actually met some voodoo shamans who practiced making zombies.

The point is to make them "die" and then make them "crazy". It aims to lower their minds. Often these voodoo shamans also secretly provide a kind of medicine so that those people can truly become zombies.

The way to make them die is not to use violence like being slashed using a sharp tools, or beaten using blunt objects, and so on. But instead using a method that is quite unique, with a mixture of frog skin ingredients commonly known as "bufo bufo bufo" and also puffer fish.


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