Kirwan Alley School

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Kirwan Alley School
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Danger Updater MDUDC 17:48, 18 February 2019 (UTC)
Kirwan Alley School

Shore Hills [30, 55]

the Jelley Museum
(Lerwill Heights)
St. Hormisdas's Church a cemetery
Salt Street School
(Lerwill Heights)
Kirwan Alley School Hawke Row
Sturmey Lane
(Lerwill Heights)
Fudge Road Crape Drive

Basic Info:

  • Among the internal descriptions found in Schools:
    • "Half-finished work is scattered across the floor."
  • This building can be barricaded normally

Description

History

The college was built in 1943 and was considered to be a respectable school until the outbreak, but was the subject of some controversy in 1962 when a old professor was found to have drugged two students in order to do experiments on them while trying to create a zombie potion. The professor was fired swiftly, but over the course of the next twenty two days killed four people, slashing their throats and stealing blood and organs. Police found that he had been keeping a impromptu lab inside the Speak Cinema, when it was the abandoned Calvers Cinema, and he had tried several variations of his zombie formula. While not a practical attempt at making a zombie formula, the formulas have sold for up to $200 at auctions. the professor was arrested and put in jail, but escaped in 1966, stabbed a police officer, shot three more, killing two, and finally shot himself outside a theater showing Billy the Kid vs. Dracula. It is believed he also set fire to a nearby building, though authorities to this day aren't officially sure it was him.

Barricade Plan

Current Status



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