Miami Zombie attack:Part of the zombie apocalypse!
Zombie like attack in Miami is talk of the town. People across the US are talking about the spread of zombie apocalypse attacks. Though it is fictional with increased ghosts like attacks, the zombie attacks have become talk of the town.
Many people sincerely believe that the ongoing incidents are part of the larger zombie apocalypse phenomenon. The latest incident of a homeless man being attacked in very brutal manner has further created fear among many people not just in Miami but in other US and Canadian cities. It is the year 2012 that many sincerely believe that the world will end in a disastrous way. And many people believe that the zombie apocalypse will be one of the features that will annihilate the world.
There is Mayan prophecy that talks about the end of the world in the year 2012. The Mayan civilization, which reached its height from 300 A.D. to 900 A.D., had a talent for astronomy. The Mayans predicted a final event that included a solar shift, a Venus transit and violent earthquakes.
In the meantime the attack on Ronald Poppo, the homeless man is hogging the limelight as the poor man is still recuperating from severe wounds he inflicted in the supposed cannibal attack. The poor chap is still in critical condition in Jackson Memorial Hospital. The homeless man’s full face was almost eaten in an attack that many have called something unique.
Meanwhile people who saw him after the attack called the 911 emergency service. Now the transcript has been made public. Initially the people who made the call reported seeing two men fighting brutally near Miami Herald office, but there was no indication that a zombie like attack was in the making. But a woman who saw the two from close quarters but couldn’t fully see his face while making the call said “He’s going to kill that man, I promise you”.
An amateur photographer who had taken his picture before the attack as a homeless person descried the man as a very happy man who didn’t look like a homeless man. “He seemed like the happiest homeless person I’ve ever met…He honestly didn’t even seem like a homeless person by the way he talked”, said the photographer.