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I'm sorry, sweetie," said Mrs. Rankin, "But you can't go." Natalie's face froze as she digested the words. I can't go? "Wh - why not?" But she had a feeling she already knew the answer. Mrs. Rankin swallowed, clearly uncomfortable, but in that moment, Natalie didn't care. Her stomach was filled with dread. "Our school buses don't have ramps, so there'd be no way for you to get on and off, or bring your chair with you."
Go to any movie shelf in a DVD store, book store, on demand video, and you are sure to stumble upon at least a dozen different zombie-themed offerings. Grotesquely rotten corpse remains, moving in staggering stuttered walks, terror inducing facial growls, hands like claws held out to catch the unwary, and strategically placed blood splotches all over their bodies - This is the common media interpretation when it comes to the modern myth of the zombie. Why are these renowned creatures so popular and sweeping in mainstream as a whole?