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Clarksville: Prop maker spends time dreaming up ways to kill zombies on locally filmed ‘Z Nation’

“Z Nation” prop maker Kalise Wallace holds an aged coal furnace grabbing tool, at left, salvaged from Doug Clark’s childhood home. She also brandishes “The Spokesman,” a menacing mace she made out of sharpened and welded motorcycle sprockets. The show named the weapon in honor of Spokane and the newspaper. (Colin Mulvany)
“Z Nation” prop maker Kalise Wallace holds an aged coal furnace grabbing tool, at left, salvaged from Doug Clark’s childhood home. She also brandishes “The Spokesman,” a menacing mace she made out of sharpened and welded motorcycle sprockets. The show named the weapon in honor of Spokane and the newspaper. (Colin Mulvany)

She goes to bed and wakes up obsessing about the same thing:

Zombies.

And how to kill them.

And, no, Kalise Wallace isn’t nuts.

She’s the prop maker for “Z Nation,” that “other” apocalyptical TV zombie series. “Z Nation,” which airs on the SyFy channel, has been picked up for a second season and – best of all – is filmed and produced right here in Spokane.

Read the rest of the story here: http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2015/jun/14/busy-catching-zs/




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Doug Clark
Doug Clark joined The Spokesman-Review in 1982. He is a columnist whose columns appear on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.