Zombie Outbreak in Czech Republic

Apologies for the lack of updates, but I was sent in with an emergency team to Pardubice, Czech Republic.  There was an unfortunate accident involving a truck that had various chemicals for waste disposal as it had apparently veered off the road to avoid hitting a deer and ran into the nearby Metzenseifen cemetery.  Very messy.

We’re still trying to figure out exactly what chemicals were in the truck.  It seems that a local company dumped everything into the truck instead of getting separate trucks for each chemical they were disposing.  Until we identify all the chemicals, it will be . . . difficult to piece this situation together.  So to put it rather bluntly, the chemicals had seeped into the cemetery ground and, well, re-animated the bodies in the ground.  At least the fresh ones that were put in over the past month.

From what we have pieced together, the body of Karyl Kysilka was buried just a few days before our arrival but it was a cheap funeral and the local undertaker didn’t bury the body quite deep enough.  After the accident and poor clean up, the chemicals had somehow seeped through the ground and casket (which was of poor construction as well) and got into the body.  Until we figure out the chemicals, it will be difficult to pinpoint exactly how they were able to reactivate primal brain functions, but the body of Kysilka was able to dig itself out of the ground.  The rest of the details are sketchy.

-Over time, the chemicals had re-animated several of the corpses, some were able to escape, some were trapped in the ground unable to get out.

-The reanimated Kysilka attacked a couple passing the cemetery and were apparently unaware of his presence.  Luckily they weren’t able to get too far from the area to spread a possible disease.

-The mortuary’s owner called local police after witnessing strange disturbances outdoors.  He thought grave robbers were on his property initially, but explained later that it wasn’t people going in, it was people coming out.

-Local authorities had a difficult time handling the situation.  Ill-equipped to deal with these most strangest of circumstances, they were lunged at and attacked so they opened fire on any of the bodies that came for them.

-We received a call about the unfolding events so I headed up a team for research and possible assistance for local authorities.  By the time we had arrived, four bodies had been corralled into a nearby shed, all other bodies that had escaped had been eradicated.

Research is currently being conduction on both chemicals and the bodies as we worth with the authorities to piece everything together.  The driver of the truck seems fine but is under watch just in case.

For now, I can only classify them as undead or a narrower term of zombies.  This may change as we discover more information, but as it stands, it’s both an unfortunate accident and an interesting case for research.  With these events, I’ve had to brush up on my knowledge of “zombies.”  Look forward to explanations for these creatures in the near future.

-JSB

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I'm 30. I used to live in New Orleans, Louisiana. A vampire killed my family at age 16 and I've been killing supernatural creatures with the aid of the Society for the Advancement of Supernatural Research's Johan Burlap ever since.
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2 Responses to Zombie Outbreak in Czech Republic

  1. John Davidson says:

    Run into any more info about this unfortunate happening?

  2. Mason Young says:

    John, that’s JSB’s department. I haven’t been called in to “investigate,” so I can’t say anything about it. I’m sure he’ll let you know more as it happens.

    All I can say is “I hope not.” If there’s more Walking Dead running around in the Czech Republic, that’s bad news for the people still breathing.

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