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Lodi’s Tom Presler conducts tours on Sacramento’s Zombie Train

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Tom Presler

Posted: Friday, August 8, 2014 6:59 am

Initial symptoms of the zombie infestation were subtle, barely evident as we boarded our dangerously exposed, open-air coach with roughly 50 other normal, uncontaminated humans, their heads surely screwed on straight. Big, juicy, brain-filled heads.

In hindsight, the fact that this conveyance was dubbed the “Zombie Train” — operated by the folks who run the Sacramento River Train and a Wild West shootout ride along the same route — should have been a dead giveaway. Yet on this bright, sunny, 97-degree Sacramento Sunday, the only reanimated corpse in sight was a small, seemingly gentle, decaying soul named Bud, secured to a white-coated research scientist via sturdy chain-link leash.

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