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Zombie apocalypse? CDC says no, but the stories won’t die

Not to alarm anybody, but if you follow internet trends you might want to consider stocking-up on ammo and hunkering down.

A recent rash of disturbing news reports has people lighting up the web with searches for: Zombie Apocalypse! You know, corpses coming to life and looking for blood and brains to give them strength.

We’ve heard stories like the one about the Miami man who decided to munch on a homeless man’s face. Now, there’s news that a Maryland man admitted to police that he killed and ate his roommate!

21-year-old Alexander Kinyua is charged with first-degree murder, for killing and then eating the heart and brain of 37-year-old Kujoe Agyei-Kodie.

Another “zombie-like” incident happened in New Jersey where 43-year-old Wayne Carter from Hackensack stabbed himself numerous times with a 12 inch kitchen knife. When police got to Carter, the deranged man started to throw bits of his skin and intestines at the officers. Carter was eventually subdued and taken to a hospital.

The culmination of all these gruesome stories has the CDC officially declaring that zombies don’t exist. The government agency finally dispelled the rumor of a coming zombie apocalypse. A story that, considering our recent headlines…just won’t die!

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One comment on “Zombie apocalypse? CDC says no, but the stories won’t die

  1. leo Jimenez
    June 5, 2012

    the zombie apocalypse will happen ive never trusted the goverment so im stocking up better safe than DEAD !!!!!!
    stock up at trueswords.com/zombie_apocalypse it never hurts to play it safe

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