Last Update April 2020
Dentonside [90, 57]
Prior to the outbreak, Durban Library housed the world's most complete collection of Swedish haikus. The centerpiece of the collection was the original of Digerdöden, a classic from an unknown poet circa 1373 AD. However, since the outbreak, most of the texts have been used as fuel for fires. How much of the haiku collection remains is unknown, but survivors can find bits and pieces of text in the library to this day. As for the Digerdöden, at least one revived zombie claims to have eaten it. Madam Henrietta Roflname, a former curator of the museum, has repeatedly called for the euthanization of all claimants, in the hopes of recovering parts of the ancient text.
According to the current Dentonside Barricade Plan this building is to be kept at EHB levels!
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