LOGAN- When Todd Mathews dressed up as a zombie to attend Logan High School's Halloween party, the senior did not considered he was doing anything wrong. It was, in fact, the third year in a row that he had dressed like 'the Walking Dead' -- it was, however, the first year he was sent home for doing so.
The History Channel's Hatfield and McCoys miniseries was the second most watched show in basic cable history. The series averaged 13.8 million viewers during its three night run. The success of the show has created a major demand for Hatfield & McCoy / Hillbilly products.
LOGAN - Word is spreading that a John Henry's face was found on chunk of coal found in a mine in West Virginia - and as news is spreading, so too, is hope.
CHARLESTON, WV - The capital of West Virginia was alive with talk of the undead as West Virginia senators spoke on behalf of "Zombie Rights". The Democratic senators insisted that Republicans have discriminated against the dead and have forced them to vote illegally for years.