December 24, 2014
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(WLWT) CINCINNATI —To passersby along a block of Sycamore Township this holiday season, Christmas may look more like "Night of the Living Dead" than a manger scene. Sycamore Township says a Nativity scene with zombies has to go. Jasen Dixon has erected arguably the most unusual holiday display in the region. It is a cross between Halloween and Bethlehem. -- Dixon faces a $1000 fine if the scene is not removed by Friday.
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