November 3, 2011

Mormons are Just Southern Baptist Zombies

Matthew Johnson, Associated Baptist Press

Maybe it was the return of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” for a second season, but this Halloween it seemed zombies took the place of vampires as the favorite nightmare of the American imagination.

To cite one example, thousands of people paid $20 for the privilege of being scared to death at the Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse. This fright-fest takes the traditional haunted house to a new level by allowing patrons to walk through 100,000 square feet of zombie infested city. Zombies are the monsters du jour.

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TAGGED: Southern Baptists, Mormons

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