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4 days til sundown - The original screenplay - cover

4 days til sundown - The original screenplay

Robert McTyre Jr

Publisher: MCTYRE ENTERTAINMENT

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This is a prequel episode centering around the origins of Maggie Greene two years after the zombie apocalypse began. At this time the Greene family lives on a farm in the middle of nowhere. This is the story of how Maggie’s family adjusted to living around the walking dead.
 
As Maggie and her brother grow older they must inevitability take on more adult responsibilities and begin making needed supply runs into town on their own.

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