No seriously, be prepared. There have been a veritable feast of flesh’n gore tales across the news wires in the last few weeks including the extremely troubling incident of a naked man in Miami (USA) eating off some poor homeless guy’s face.
Even the Associated Press have been kind enough to publish a summary of the recent wave of undead-like behaviour. Even the Centers For Disease Control & Prevention went to the trouble of issuing an encouragingly plain speaking statement last Friday to the Huffington Post to help quell the hysteria:
“CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms),” agency spokesman David Daigle said.
But could America’s obsession with all things Zombie in cinema, on television and in the marketing of everything from garden gnomes to garden tools finally be ushering in a new legitimate strain of psycho killer?
Skeptical? Well, if you are planning a trip to the East Coast of Zombieland anytime soon best pack the pitch fork and garden shovel and stay away from these undead hotspots:
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via Associated Press and the Daily Beast and of course, the daily mail