Zombies are modern-day, fictional character portrayed in many books, films, and television shows. They are imaginary dead corpses that have been reanimated to act as though they are alive while continuing the natural process of decay. Starting with movies in 1968, the zombie craze came to life here in America.
However, the walking dead is not merely a 20th-century idea. People who practice Voodoo have long believed in zombies. Furthermore, mythologies and legends are full of stories of the dead returning to life.
With stories and folklore such as these it is no wonder fears are being raised about the deadly virus Ebola and its possible link to a “zombie type apocalypse”. Furthermore, these fears have increased with the new announcement of a Liberia News Report that claims two Ebola patients have died and mysteriously resurrected. Here is the latest on the report…
Quote from The New Dawn Liberia:
“Two Ebola patients, who died of the virus in separate communities in Nimba County have reportedly resurrected in the county. The victims, both females, believed to be in their 60s and 40s respectively, died of the Ebola virus recently in Hope Village Community and the Catholic Community in Ganta, Nimba.
“But to the amazement of residents and onlookers on Monday, the deceased reportedly regained life in total disbelief. The NewDawn Nimba County correspondent said the late Dorris Quoi of Hope Village Community and the second victim only identified as Ma Kebeh, said to be in her late 60s, were about to be taken for burial when they resurrected.”
Now add to that these Breaking News Reports:
Kansas Gov Declares October to be Zombie Preparedness Month (Now the End Begins)
Why is Kansas Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse? (National Journal)
Did you know that the CDC is preparing for it also?? Check out this link: http://www.cdc.gov/phpr/zombies.htm
I don’t believe in a “zombie apocalypse”, however I do believe that a pandemic is very capable of hitting us and possible killing hundreds of thousands to millions…
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