It was just like any other morning for RONALD POPPO. Homeless in Miami, he sought shelter from the sun under an overpass on the MacArthur Causeway. When all of a sudden...he was attacked by a zombie! "Brains! Brains!" moaned the undead monster as he pounced on his unaware victim. Old, weak and frail, Ronald was unable to fend off the attacker who proceeded to eat his face off. A nearby bicyclist, LARRY VEGA, heard the strange noises and saw the unthinkable. A quick cell phone call later, a police officer arrived. "Put your hands up." the cop demanded. But zombies don't listen. He just grunted angrily, pieces of flesh hanging from his mouth. Bam! Bam! Six bullets later, the zombie was dead. Again.
Sound like a bad Hollywood movie? Well, it's all true...and available for your viewing pleasure on YouTube. In fact, this has been a banner year for zombie attacks in the USA. Last month, a New Jersey zombie was also cornered by cops. He resisted arrest by stabbing himself, then reaching inside his torso and then throwing his own intestines at officers. Then there was the Maryland college student who ate a classmate in a dorm room. And don't forget the Texas Zombie Mom who dined on her own newborn baby. Let's face it...there's a zombie epidemic going on here!
To calm nerves, we all carry chainsaws (the quickest way to kill a zombie) and try to remember...this sort of "massive panic" has happened before. As a kid...way back in the 1970's...there were Bigfoot sightings everywhere. In the 1980's everyone was paranoid about UFOs. Thankfully, we just finished the silly vampire craze. While most of these alleged sightings were in movie theaters, they still grabbed headlines nationwide...much like the zombies are doing today. And...not surprisingly...there are a number of Zombie-inspired movies and TV shows today. In the movie theaters, there's "Shaun of the Dead." On TV we get to watch "Zombie Land."
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