A Digest of Flesh Eating Stories Proving the Zombie Apocalypse is Here

Posted by on June 1st, 2012

Remember how we were all joking a couple of days about that crazy incident that resembled a zombie attack in Miami?

Remember all the fun conversations about prepping your boomsticks and role-playing what you’d do if the zombie apocalypse actually took
place?

You may want to take some time to stop laughing and head to the garage for that boomstick.

It seems that even more news regarding a change in humanity’s diet is surfacing.

First up? Twenty-one-year-old Alexander Kinyua, who is currently in jail without bond, admitted to detectives that not only did he kill his roommate, but cut up his body with a knife and ingested the victim’s heart and part of his brain.

Yup…part of his brain. Ring any bells?

This comes on top of a report of man in New Jersey, who, upon being cornered by police after neighbors called saying that he was threatening to harm himself with a knife, disemboweled himself in front of officers and begin throwing pieces of intestines and bits of skin at them.

Depending on how far you want to post-date this trend in California, cage fighter Jarrod Wyatt was convicted for the murder of his training partner. After consuming hallucinogenic tea, Wyatt ripped his training partner’s heart and tongue out before tearing off a substantial amount of his face. A friend found him sitting in his apartment covered in blood with body parts scattered around the room.

On the other side of the globe, a man in Sweden catches his wife cheating on him and cuts off her lips…and then eats them.

Is the human race is suddenly developing a taste for its own or is it just our brains out looking for connections?

It’s like if someone mentioned that there sure were a lot of red cars on the road today… you’d look around for red cars and would tend to agree.

3 Responses to “A Digest of Flesh Eating Stories Proving the Zombie Apocalypse is Here”

  1. Matthew Walton Says:

    I think it’s mainly a product of us wanting to see something that isn’t really there. We are all somewhat obsessed with zombies, as made apparent by The Walking Dead, typing zombies into ThinkGeek, and any number of other things.

  2. JustinRYoung Says:

    I agree. Zombies aren’t real. But what this post presupposes is… Maybe they are?

  3. Matthew Walton Says:

    ┬áRight. I guess what I’m saying is that we’re just now noticing the pattern, since we are more aware of it.