Our Zombease research team has spent years compiling data on Zombies and the many characteristics they have. We have discovered that while most Zombies share some traits, variations do exist, this means that there is more than one type of Zombie. Here we explore and explain 5 of the basic Zombie types, they are listed below in no particular order.
Haitian Vodun or Voodoo Zombie: In Haiti “Zombie” (Hatian Creole: zonbi; North Mbundu: nzumbe) is a term to describe an animated corpse that has been brought back to life through mystical means, such as witchcraft…. click to read more
Chemical Zombie: Human-kind’s continued experiments with chemicals have resulted in both prolonged life and hurried death, and while there are rumors of government experiments involving chemicals and reanimated dead, there is little or no proof that these have actually taken place…. click to read more
Created when a host organism such as a human being or animal is infected by a highly specialized parasitic organism such as Naegleria fowleri, Toxoplasma gondii or Cordyceps unilateralis, Parasitic Zombies are often a dangerous and frightening reality at best and a devastatingly efficient killer at worst…. click to read more
Type 1 Viral Zombie: Viruses are ancient and ever evolving creatures; they adapt rapidly, survive extreme conditions, and surprise us all the time. A mutant strain of a symbiotic virus, like that of the Polydnavirus carried by some wasps, has the potential to reanimate and/or keep the recently dead moving…. click to read more
Type 2 Viral Zombie: Many laboratories across the globe are experimenting with virulent strains of viruses like rabies and the plague. While the majority of these laboratories are working to better map the cells and find new, more aggressive vaccinations and treatments, there is a dark side to the world of viral science…. click to read more