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Party for the Living Dead: Underground

By Deon Durr AKA Peace All Rights Reserved ©

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“So, this is where he hid it” I say to myself while I pick up a broken needle with traces of a blackish serum still in it, “Now, how many people had to die just for you to make this thing?” I look over to find a body. “Shame, you could have had a future,” I say while,  the body reanimates, the body roars with a screech as it jumps up. 

“So, are these things are starting to evolve” I jump out of the way, and it runs into a wall.

I look at it, and its eyes were bleeding black ooze and I looked at the devilish smile, “All of you have only a face only a mother could love…in some twisted Joker dream” I take out my gun and shot it in the head, and as it falls down to the ground, I see something emerging from its mouth. The next thing I see was some kind of squid with sharp teeth on its tentacles. 

“I guess this is the next step” I say as the Squid jumps out of the bodies mouth and it clutched to the top of the cave, “That’s no good” it crawls with immense speed, and then it lunges towards me, and I look at its sharp teeth “Nope don’t think so” I move slightly move to the left as it hits the stone wall and makes a large gaping hole. 

“Wow, you seem very strong,” I said as it looks at me and jumps towards me again, but I grab it with my bare hand by all eight of its tentacles. It was snapping at me, and then I utter right in its face.

“But I’m stronger” I slam it into the ground take out my gun to shot it but it slowly burrows into the ground. “Hmm, I guess it’s someone else’s problem now” I smile as I walk away.


Now, back to the many things I was looking for, I begin to walk deeper until I find some kind of control room, I look on the monitors and I find monitors with plenty of survivors trapped in cells, “Now, what should I do?” I ask myself, but then I look on another monitor and I find Rebel fighting, “Rats, are not my style, but I think he's got this” I turn back and I see a man injecting some type of serum into a survivor. 

“I wonder is this the same one? Better yet is this the same person?” I continue to look, and then I see something happen to the survivor, they begin to smile uncontrollably and so hard their teeth begin to bleed, but the man in the video shot them with a trank.

“Interesting” I look on a table to find some lab sheets with pictures of different serums, strangely “The one I just found is not on the list” I said to myself as I continue to read on different names and different outcomes all on one paper, I said in my head, but then I look back at Rebels monitor and I see something pulling him into the ground.


“I wonder if that is my little friend? I guess I better help him” I smile as I take the paper and walk out slowly, as I am walking I discover that the body of the zombie I had killed is now gone.

“I bet things are about to get interesting” I head to Rebels location, but not before I walk into a horde of zombies I load my gun and say.

“So, who’s first” I aim my gun and pull the trigger. 

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