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World Series Game 7 San Francisco Giants vs. Kansas City Royals
Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez talks with reliever Wade Davis with one San Francisco Giants runner on second during the eighth inning of game 7 of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri on October 29, 2014. Tied at 3 games apiece, the winner, San Francisco or Kansas City, will be champion. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
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Edmund Wade Davis (born December 14, 1953) is a noted Canadian anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author and photographer whose work has focused on worldwide indigenous cultures, especially in North and South America and particularly involving the traditional uses and beliefs associated with psychoactive plants. Davis came to prominence with his 1985 best-selling book The Serpent and the Rainbow about the zombies of Haiti.

Davis has published popular articles in Outside, National Geographic, Fortune and Condé Nast Traveler.

In 2009 he was selected to be the speaker for the Massey Lectures, for his publication, The Wayfinders.

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