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Zombies are undead creatures, popular especially in horror movies. The word zombie probably comes from the African zumbi (kikongo fetish) or from nzambi (kimbundu god).
The term was spread by William Seabrook in the late 1920s in his book The Magic Island.
The term zombie derives from the voodoo cult, in which it means a person who is strongly enslaved and blindly or unconsciously following the orders of the person controlling him, most often under the influence of intoxicants.
This type of zombie was present in culture from the second half of the 1920s to almost the end of the 1960s, when George Romery's film, Night of the Living Dead, was depicted as an undead: a dead person, rising from the grave and trying to Satisfy your lust for blood by consuming fresh human flesh or brains...