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The zombies speak in Haiti in March, 1982.

HAITI - MARCH 01: Zombification in Haiti Two Zombies : Clairvius Narcisse and Francina aka Ti Femme - Clairvius Narcisse was declared dead in Albert Schweitzer Hospital on May 2, 1962, and buried in l'Estere the next day, covered by a memorial slab ten days later - However, he returned to his village in 1980, where he met his sister Angelina, introducing himself with a name that only intimate family members had known - He claimed that he had been through zombification - A scar on his right cheek shows where a nail had hit him while being buried - Francina Illeus (aka Ti Femme) was declared dead at Saint Michel de l'Attalaye Hospital in Feb - 1976 - A few years later, her mother recognised her, alive and kicking, thanks to a birthmark she had - She was back from the dead in Haiti in March, 1982. (Photo by Jean-Claude FRANCOLON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
The zombies speak in Haiti in March, 1982.
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Credit:
Jean-Claude FRANCOLON / Contributor
Editorial #:
111071065
Collection:
Gamma-Rapho
Date created:
March 01, 1982
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Release info:
Not released. More information
Source:
Gamma-Rapho
Barcode:
39372
Object name:
GA743015_01