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The drug scopolamine is also known as “the devil’s breath” or “burundanga.” The late salsa diva Celia Cruz sang about it. In a recent documentary, Vice called it “the world’s scariest drug.” Read more»

Mexicans claimed they reached a world record number of people dressed as zombies Sunday, when nearly 10,000 people staggered through Mexico City, dripping with fake blood, rotting plastic flesh and smudged mascara. (with videos) Read more»

Drivers north of Tucson were warned of lurking zombies over the weekend, thanks to an electronic road sign. Read more»

Arizona is in an elite group of states that will be considered "safety zones" during the Great Zombie Attack of 2011, due to a lack of brains. Read more»