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Incident Report Follow Up 2

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Agent/Witness: A

Base: Alabama

Date/Time: July 22, 2003

Incident: This is a follow up to the previous report.

The nature of this area leads me to believe that an outbreak may be unavoidable. The area's heavy rains and tropical heat are a perfect breeding ground for the virus, and the many homeless, crack-headed humans make an abundant food supply for zombies.

I believe at least two of the zombies originated from this walk of life (the aforementioned "stoned hookers," the two better preserved females). The likely scenario is that the two women were attacked by one or a small stagger of zombies while in their RV. The RV's seclusion, combined with the ignorance and poverty of its occupants, made obtaining the vaccine impossible. The observed stages of necrosis, and the condition of the RV lead me to believe at least a week has passed since the newer creatures were created.

We continued our investigation by mapping out the two locations connected to the creatures. Site A-the RV-and Site B-the cow pasture-are only a mile from each other. That the creatures had stayed within a mile of Site A during the week suggests that they have found a food supply easily obtainable. But our three-mile sweep the day before saw no sign of the creatures, meaning they either moved on or somehow managed to hide from us.

With limited time, we decided to expand our search, bypassing the previously searched three-mile area. We scoured the backroads for hours until, at 12:07 a.m., central time, we spotted one of the zombies (the better preserved female with the blond hair) staggering into the trees at a dead end. We pursued it into the woods and destroyed it with several shotgun blasts to the head. We combed an area of one mile with no further encounters.

Will follow up.

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