More Cannibalism In Pennsylvania

by on Sep.14, 2012, under Syndicated from the Web

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We’re at it again…  More “zombie-like” behavior, this time in the Keystone State.  In the wake of the Causeway Cannibal in Florida, Richard Cimino is the next to take up the face chewing reins.
For reasons unknown at this time, Richard runs his vehicle off the road, proceeds to strip all of his clothes off and breaks into a house.  Fortunately no one was home at the time so he decides to leave, but instead of just walking out the front door, he jumps out of the second story window “severely injuring his arms and extremities” says State Trooper David Aulisio.
But wait, there’s more…. he then runs down two women that just happen to be close by and jumps on one of them and begins chewing on her head while making animal noises.  Fortunately she is able to free herself and call 911.  When police arrived he was laying in the road bleeding and in a delusion state.
While I’m not convinced this is a zombie it’s still pretty close.  Can we expect to see more of these attacks?

 http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/384435/20120914/zombie-apocalypse-doylestown-gnaw-richard-cimono.htm

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