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Sunday, February 12, 2012

My friends....



Run with me my friend


Run with me friend
Laugh with me
Until the end
Zombie robots my friend
Not quite living
Surly almost dead

Live with me friend
That kindles death
Will never end
Endlessly craving my friend
The life that breathes
Their souls defend
Die with me friend
Purification and fried circuits
Will be our end…...


They are a plague rotting the core of our society...You think that man sitting next to you on the bus just had a rough night? No my friend, you couldn't be more wrong! That is a symptom of early zombification due to anti-zombie medication failure, the next stage is robotification, and then things start getting bad! Beware friends, don't say I didn't warn, and for gods sake don't come to me for comfort when the rot hits you.....


The above poem and journal entry were found Early yesterday morning by the Cambridge police department at the home of a local man, Thom Ethridge. Witnesses to the gruesome scene say Mr. Ethridge, guidance counselor at West Burg Academy of Science and Industry, had his walls covered with what appeared to be pictures of the students and faculty of WBASI taken without their knowledge. Also A large stockpile of weapons and explosives were found in Ethridge’s RV.
More info will be released in this evenings Cambridge Press.



Chris McQueeney 2/12/12   4:35 PM      

*The above poem, Journal entry, and article are works of fiction. Any resemblance to actual people and places are purely coincidental...All were written by Chris McQueeney*






                  

21 comments:

JeannetteLS said...

I'm not in Kansas any more...

Brian Miller said...

oh crap...you got me...i was thinking oh my gosh what a screwed up guy...nicely done you had me believing...lol

Doctor FTSE said...

I'm pretty sure you never sat next to me on a bus.

Helena said...

Fabulous piece! what a nut Ethridge is! I may stop using public transport now....lol

Ben Ditty said...

I am. Strange how it looks like Ohio...

Wander said...

Thanks that was kinda what I was trying for. At first I didnt have the disclamer up but two sepperate people wanted to find out where I had heard this from....

Wander said...

Are you???

Wander said...

:-)

Wander said...

Don't they all?

I would have no idea having never been to the mid-west

Jira said...

Zombies do seem to befriend each other once zombified... nothing more to get 'from' but much to gather 'with' each other. Are zombie robots more difficult to kill than regular zombies... or regular robots.

Tumblewords: said...

Weird and wild - provocative read, to be sure!

Wine and Words said...

Nice creepy work. *shiver*. Somehow spring just left the season and I've jumped to Halloween (at least I hope so, lest it be all the more disquieting). I've never met a real zombie, but I'd be wearing a clothespin on my nose I'm sure. I've smelled rotting flesh before....plenty of times.

Wander said...

According to Thom, at least what was written in the third to last journal "The zombies were bad enough, but I have been able to avoid any actual contact with them until today...They are getting smarter, much smarter. While watching bill in the break room, Bill and I were friends until he was "got", Stanly came up from behind me and asked me what I was doing. I almost told him until I saw the dark circles below his eyes, and the wire hanging from his ear. It was then that I realized that They figured out how to make them smarter, turn them into robots also. I would say cyborg but they were dead before the implants were installed...I am sure they know what I am doing. I'll have to be more careful. I feel so alone. I have no one to turn to. They are getting to the students, and it is only a matter of time before they come for me. They won't catch me with my zipper down, I'm no easy meat!

I think he was trying to say yes they are harder to kill, I would ask him but you know where he is....

Green Monkey said...

I agree with Wine! creepy and compelling!

zongrik said...

i like all your made up words

haunting suppleness

Zeba said...

And it's even more spooky because I live in Cambridge. :-)

Trellissimo said...

You fried my circuits, looking for a connection to the Magpie photo...

Tess Kincaid said...

The note and fictional explanation are so very creative...nice...

kj said...

the whole shebang is clever and fascinating! the poem has a great rhythm to it, made me hopscotch along and then bam i bang into a warning, which it turns out is a news report which it turns out isn't that afterall. great layering, chris!

very fun, very intriguing.

love
kj

She Writes Here Now said...

I like this, and I want to know more. Hooked with no place to go :).

zongrik said...

purification and friend circuits -> that's quite a picture

http://zongrik.wordpress.com/2011/05/28/between-buildings/