Poll: Has Zombie Apocalypse Begun?

There have been two cannibalistic attacks in the last week.


Two recent cannibalistic attacks prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to publicly state that, to their knowledge, zombies do not exist.

"CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms)," wrote agency spokesman David Daigle in an email to The Huffington Post.

On May 26, 31-year-old Rudy Eugene attacked a homeless man in Miami and ate about 75 percent of his face. Eugene's girlfriend told the Miami Herald that she believed Eugene, who is of Haitian descent, might have endured a vodou curse or been drugged.

She last saw Eugene at 5:30 a.m. when he left the apartment they shared carrying his bible and kissed her goodbye. By 2 p.m. he was naked on the Miami Causeway eating 65-year-old Ronald Poppo. Eugene was killed by police when he did not stop the attack after being ordered to.

Police have speculated that Eugene was under a drug-induced psychosis, possibly caused by "bath salts" or LSD. Friends and family say Eugene did not use hard drugs and the attack was totally out of character. CBS news has published a story, documenting what police know of Eugene's final hours before the attack.

On May 31, 21-year-old Alexander Kinyua told police he killed his roomate and ate his brain and heart. Kinyua had on May 20 randomly chased a fellow student with a baseball bat before running into nearby woods.

There have been other, intensely gruesome events recently. In New Jersey Wayne Carter, 43, stabbed himself 50 times when police came to his home. Carter also threw pieces of himself at officers.

Donny June 06, 2012 at 12:39 AM
No Marine Sniper it took me a minute to come up with that... Did you get a chance to see my other posting before I got deleted? Thanks to God that you are no part of my immediate or extended family, for that I am very grateful.
Life is Good June 06, 2012 at 01:32 AM
Donny: It probably isn't worth a minute of your time to respond to that barbaric idiot that calls himself "Marine Sniper". He probably never rose beyond a Private. I come from a long line of military and believe me, his type is despised.
Marine Sniper June 06, 2012 at 02:04 AM
@Life is Good: Are you trying to defend your younger, sis? She can stand up for herself, ok? You two "girls" seem to be overly affectionate with one another. Is there a hidden agenda between you two? Are there times you can not conceal the way you feel for each other? If there is, this forum is not a place to openly show an affection that may be growing between you two. If so, discreetly chose to contact one another on your own time. This forum is not to be used as a site to engage in a socially active agenda. No one is condemning the feelings you two may have for each other, but this IS NOT the atmosphere in which to do it. So please, discreetly arrange a time and place you two are comfortable with, and meet on your own time, at a predesignated place. I thank you along with the other posters on this forum. Good luck to the both of you. ..... Semper Fi! ---Semper Fi!
Donny June 06, 2012 at 02:12 AM
LIfe Is Good, you're spot on. Marine Snipers post just re-affirms my gratitude to God. God bless your family LIG.
michelle s June 15, 2012 at 01:58 PM
This is no joking manner! An addiction, irregardless of what drug it is, can ruin entire families. Ruin lives. Do you know what bath salts even look like. Although bath salts are sold disguised as a harmless substance used for relaxation, people are ingesting them seeking euphoria. In addition to experiencing altered moods, many bath salt users are having psychotic episodes marked with agitation, hallucinations and violent behavior. Because this drug is unfamiliar to medical professionals, doctors are still learning how to treat symptoms and overdoses of this drug. please learn more and spread the word to anyone who may be using these products. http://www.lakeviewhealth.com/bath-salts-infographic.php


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