September 20, 2013
Pictures coming in from all over the world indicate that a zombie outbreak has begun…
Zombies spotted in London, England:
When there is no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the Earth.
Zombies spotted in Birmingham, England:
Intelligence? Seemingly little or no reasoning ability, but basic skills remain.
Zombies spotted in Newcastle, England:
What are they doing? Why do they come here?
Zombies spotted in Manchester England:
It’s some kind of instinct. Memory of what they used to do. This was an important place in their lives.
Zombies spotted in Munich, Germany:
This situation must be controlled before it’s too late. They’re multiplying too rapidly!
Zombies spotted in Beijing, China:
They kill for one reason: they kill for iPhones, you understand that? That’s what keeps them going!
Zombies spotted in Adelaide, Australia:
These creatures cannot be considered human. They prey on humans. They do not prey on each other – that’s the difference.
Zombies spotted in Sydney, Australia:
There are reports of these creatures using tools. But even these actions are the most primitive. I might point out to you that even animals will adopt the basic use of tools in this manner.
Zombies spotted in Cardiff, Wales:
These creatures are nothing but pure, motorized instinct.
Zombies spotted in Glasgow, Scotland:
We must not be lulled by the concept that these are our family members or our friends. They are not. They will not respond to such emotions.
Zombies spotted in Tokyo, Japan:
I don’t want to be walkin’ around… like THAT!…
Zombies spotted in Paris, France:
We’ve got to survive! Somebody’s got to survive!
Zombies spotted in Toronto, Canada:
It’s the brains that are already dead. It’s the idiots that are still alive.
Zombies spotted in New York, USA:
These things seem to congregate in heavily populated areas…
Frightening footage of zombies in Pennsylvania:
Hordes of zombies in Westfield London, England:
Scary zombies caught on camera in Covent Garden London, England:
ARRRGHHH BRAINS… AND PHONES!
Get its head up. Get its head up. Roger, get its head up, man!