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Incident Report Follow Up

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Agent/Witness: A

Base: Alabama

Date/Time: July 22, 2003/0130 hours

Incident: After a meticulous search of the local roadways between 6:30 p.m., and 10:45 p.m., July 21st, we had not established visual contact with any of the three identified zombies. We had recruited a friend's hunting dog and began to search a three mile area, circling towards the cow pasture. At approximately 1:30 a.m., central time, the dog began barking. We followed it east away from the cow pasture for almost three minutes. We entered a small lot of property with an RV parked near the trees. It was surrounded by a small wire fence, parts of which were bent and broken, as if stepped on by a human-sized creature. The lights were off in the RV, but the door was open. The dog was still barking, but would not approach the RV. Me and a friend moved towards the front of the RV, while the dog's owner and my associate covered us with flashlights.

We entered the main room and discovered that the inside was trashed, with blatant signs of a struggle, including dried brown stains on the floor (blood, or possibly a sauce of some sort.) The room was littered with feminine clothing of a nature similar to the clothing of two of the identified zombies. The air was thick with the smell of mildew (the door had been left open for days, and it's constantly raining) and rotten meat. We found nothing else out of the ordinary, and there is no sign of the identified zombies.

Will follow up.

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