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The Zombie Antidote

City, United States

May 26th, 2012. Their was a zombie brake out out of the blue. Nobody saw this coming. Homes filled with dead bodies, guts, and blood. Here's how the horrifying moment began.

In an unidentified hospital in a city, their were loads of sick humans. The doctors estimated about 50 people being ill. Back and forth patients was being hurtled from room to room. Corridors filled with nurses and doctors. Most of these patients had died because their was no antidote for the sickness. Their were 21 ill patients left in this hospital.

In 19001, a doctor named Dr. Charles Burton, invented and published an antidote for these 21 ill patients in this hospital. Their was 5 in each pack, due to the lack of ingredients. In each antidote bottle, their was a 2 inch pill inside. Their was 4 pills in each bottle. Each patient got a pill. It was 10:00 at night.

One of the patients started walking out of their surgery rooms. It had blue eyes, rough crusty wrinkled face. Soon all of the patients started walking. A few minutes later, the vast hospital was empty, and no life force anywhere, but zombies. The zombies attacked the nurses and doctors. Then they walked the city.

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