Walking Tall 

He survived being abandoned in a Richmond housing project. Now Chad L. Coleman tackles the zombies of “The Walking Dead.”

Killing zombies is one thing, but try eating lunch next to one. “Dude, the makeup is so scary, you don’t have to act. When you look at those people it is the scariest mess you ever wanted to see,” says Richmond…

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