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March 08 , 2010

Checking on Grandma


A disease has overtaken the world. One by one the major nations have fallen, as its citizens succumb to an evil virus that turns them into mindless, flesh-eating monsters, dubbed 'zombies' by the media.

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In Australia, there isn't a family that isn't touched by the disease in some way. Some people develop the symptoms for themselves, while others lose family members as prey to the foul beasts. Others are merely inconvenienced by government programs intending to protect them.

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Jordan just wants to enjoy his night out, but with the strange zombie disease in the news, his mother insists that he first checks on his Grandmother to make sure that she's safe.

This should only take a few minutes, right?

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