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"These are the people who are going to scare the people watching the movie," said Freight Train Films President Bill McLean of the 110 people who attended a "zombie-training boot camp" at Mountain Road RV in Sabattus on Thursday. "I want you to think like a zombie," assistant director Seth Roberts told the potential zombies. "You are always, always hungry. Go get that food," stressed Roberts. McLean of Monmouth said he will need 150 zombies for the film "How to Kill a Zombie," a feature-length film to be shot in central and western Maine this fall. From left are Bob Samson of Chesterville, Lincoln Millett of Windham, Ryker Samson, 8, Riley Samson, 11, Robert Doyon of Litchfield and Bill Guyton of Lewiston.