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The Ancient Greeks were some of the first to fear zombies.

 

The Ancient Greeks were some of the first to fear zombies.


The fear of the undead has been around for hundreds of years and is evident in many forms.

One of the first civilizations thought to fear zombies was the Ancient Greeks.

This is seen through their burials, and archeologists have found evidence in Ancient Greek graves.

Rocks or weighty objects pinned down many of the skeletons found in these graves. It’s thought that this was to stop the dead from rising.

So it’s generally believed that the Ancient Greeks were some of the first to fear the dead rising.

Many people believe that spirits of the dead are responsible for poltergeist activity. This is said to be because people who experience them perceive an underlying intelligence and meaningful communication with an otherworldly being. This view proposes that a disembodied consciousness – or soul – survives bodily death. But again, there also isn’t any compelling scientific evidence to support this view either.

Many people believe that spirits of the dead are responsible for poltergeist activity. This is said to be because people who experience them perceive an underlying intelligence and meaningful communication with an otherworldly being. This view proposes that a disembodied consciousness – or soul – survives bodily death. But again, there also isn’t any compelling scientific evidence to support this view either.

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