Government Agency Denies The Existence Of Zombies

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There are plenty of reasons a U.S. citizen should become a prepper, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, zombie attacks shouldn’t be one of them.

In an email sent to Huffington Post, spokesman David Daigle wrote: “CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms).”

Recent events have triggered an online stir which has resulted in speculation that a zombie apocalypse is upon us. On Friday, “zombie apocalypse” was the third most popular search on Google.

It all started last week when Rudy Eugene of Miami ate a homeless man’s face. Then on Tuesday, Alexander Kinyua of Maryland allegedly admitted to eating parts of his roommate’s heart and brain. After that, the story broke of Luke Rocco Magnotta, a gay porn actor who killed his partner and ate his flesh.

In other disturbing news, a man in New Jersey stabbed himself and threw pieces of his intestines at police—zombie like behavior, according to some.

A man in Miami got in on the action by pretending to be a zombie and chasing people on the streets of the city. The video went viral.

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If you don’t believe Daigle’s denial, visit the website of Westlake Ace Hardware of Kansas. Their zombie preparedness center will equip you with the essentials in the case of a zombie attack.

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Bryan Nash

Staff writer Bryan Nash has devoted much of his life to searching for the truth behind the lies that the masses never question. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity and is the author of The Messiah's Misfits, Things Unseen and The Backpack Guide to Surviving the University. He has also been a regular contributor to the magazine Biblical Insights.

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