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    'Zombie' Attacks Rock America

     

    "The Silence Of The Lambs" was a classic Oscar winning film from 1991 that starred our favorite cannibalistic actor, Anthony Hopkins. But has the film became way too realistic in recent days?

     

    A Maryland man admitted killing his roommate, cutting him up, then eating his heart and part of his brain, police said Thursday. The suspect was discovered with the head and hands in his room.

     

    This follows the story that went viral in Florida on Saturday, after a 'zombie' suspected of being high on 'bath salts' attacked a homeless man without warning and bit off most of his face.

     

    Of course the mother told CNN affiliate WFOR her son was "a nice kid" who could have been stopped with a Taser rather than gunfire.

     

    Now another film classic from 1968 was George A Romero's "Night Of The Living Dead". But these were movies, what is happening now to provoke these real life zombies?

     

    Could it be the jobs report that is due out today? Or is it the presidential election that has people going mad???

     

    Maybe they are upset because their Facebook stock has dropped in value by over a third?

     

    Keep an eye on the Markets today...and keep your town free from Zombies!

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