I have observed from the news the following varieties of bath salts zombies:
Ragers: Extremely angry and strong, with a tendency to throw heavy objects. Unphased by pain. If a can of pepperspray is discharged in their eyes, they will not even blink. Usually half naked. Extreme danger, moderate infection risk.
Ninjas: Quite strong, inhumanly agile, not particularly dangerous, just distracting. Usually stark naked. Just stay out of their way and you'll be fine. Tasers are mildly effective. Moderate danger, moderate infection risk.
Sh*tters: Usually harmless, just gross. Various levels of clothing. They defecate frequently and eat the faeces. Reportedly capable of climbing walls. Very low danger, low infection risk.
Blinders: Fully dressed, blinders bang their heads until they are sufficiently injured to spit blood in people's eyes. Mild danger, high infection risk.
Tracers: Often naked, very agile. Ape-like behaviour. Tracers target lone victims, pummel them into submission, and bite incessantly at the face. Tasers and pepperspray are useless. If a gunshot does not kill it, it will continue its attack. Very high danger, extreme infection risk.
Runners: The standard, run-of-the-mill, vanilla zombies. They shuffle about drunkenly until provoked. Their provocation could be a loud shot or a wall that looked at them the wrong way. They will run at the provoker at high speed, before biting. They usually aim for the face. Tasers, pepperspray, etc. are actually quite effective. Medium danger, high infection risk.
These zombies are not created by a virus, and cannot turn others into zombies. When I talk about infection risk, I mean ordinary infections.
Jul 22 2012, 6:55 PM EDT by
Zombies in miami
with this weird happenings in miami could we be facing a new type of threat? could a zombie outbreak happen from these drugs? this video was made bye some guy though funny it shows what can happen and how eople will react yeah many will die
Jun 6 2012, 4:47 PM EDT by
Check it out, grab your guns and machetes. this is how it starts.
May 27 2012, 4:20 AM EDT by
CSI: Miami uses 28 Weeks Later Theme
Is it just me or did I just here "Don Abandons Alice" from the soundtrack of "28 Weeks Later" (Found on iTunes) during the last 15 minutes of the Season Finale of CSI: Miami? What I like CSI and I've memorized 28 Weeks Later? After I heard it I did a ton of research on the song and the album and CSI: Miami and I don't think anyone else knows about this (so far)
May 20 2008, 6:58 PM EDT by