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The Real Night of the Living Dead is a 2009 book edited by Mark L. Kramer and available on Amazon.
During the night of March 21st, 1951, many people died at Philadelphia State Hospital...Some more than once.
The Real Night of the Living Dead is the alleged true story of Veimer Stanton who, while working as an attendant at Philadelphia State Hospital at Byberry in 1951, was faced with fighting for his life against the increasing number of the living dead after a medical experiment went awry.
The survivor tells his story of how he and a band of hospital employees and patients struggled to survive till morning, and how he tried desperately to save a nurse, his lover, who was on the other side of the campus, about a mile away, through the army of the undead.