An Ohio man who set up a nativity scene featuring zombie versions of Mary, Joseph, the infant Jesus, wise men (and possibly zombie versions of the livestock assuming one can have zombie animals of which I am not sure, since I am not fully abreast of zombiana) has been told by the local authorities to take it down, saying it violates zoning laws.
It’s a Nativity scene sure to cause a case of the heebie-jeebies.
An Ohio man has fashioned an unusual exhibit that looks more like a zombie Apocalypse than the birth of Jesus — and authorities are not amused.
For the second year in a row, Jasen Dixon, manager of “13 Rooms of Doom” haunted house, assembled the eerie biblical interpretation on his front lawn and was asked to take it down.
This news clip shows you more of his display.
It seems like Fox News and others should come to the aid of Dixon since the city’s opposition seems to be part of the war on Christmas that so agitates them. After all, how do they know that Jesus and his family were not zombies? Didn’t Jesus promise his followers eternal life, which is what zombies have?