It is the year 1850. Santos Vega, a hard working mayor, is left murdered, hanging on a tree on the eve of All Saints’ Day. The Lady of Shadows, Santa Muerta, allows Santos to return from the land of the dead with the supernatural powers of the Day of The Dead.
He returns to the land of the living to discover he is human by day but dies and transforms at moon’s first light to become the living dead. His face changes to a decorated skull and his body becomes cold and pale like a corpse.
Armed with twin Colt Walkers, a heart of vengeance and the power of Día de los Muertos, the last thing these evil men will see before they are sent to hell is his skull-like face. Hit the bloody trail with the included short stories:
While the Innocent Sleep
Something is killing the children of a small desert town and destroying the land with it. It is up to The Dead Walker to solve the mystery of the killer and end its reign of horror.
Den of Blood
Discovering a vampire outpost feeding den, The Dead Walker, attempts to free several humans in cages and must exterminate the vampire hordes and a vampire Lord who has plans to bring more of these feeding posts across the south west.
Grave Digger’s Dance
On his way home from a business trip, Santos stops for a night’s rest in a quiet small town but discovers a beautiful vampire grave robber who brings to light the town’s very unique secret.
The Dead Walker comes across a very unruly mob about to hang two small children, and by the looks of them, the mob, sheriff and judge have been dead a long time already. The gallows are ready but so are his Colt Walkers.