As many of you know, May is officially Zombie Awareness Month. The time to learn survival skills, spread word of the upcoming invasion, and dance to Thriller all night long.
Here at the Copley Teen Room Research Center, we are finding new ways of resisting or, in a worst case senario, assimilate into the slowly approaching horde. On May 10th we picked three lucky “volunteers” were ingeniously disguised as one of the undead. These perfectly disguised “volunteers” were taught basic zombie etiquette (i.e. moaning, brain eating, and all together ickiness). After our “volunteers” were thoroughly educated, they showed signs of believing that they were actually infected. Even though Copley Teen Room Research Center hasn’t infected “volunteers” since the 1947 incident.
The disguises (again, flawless) were created by master face paint artists Dr. Von Maggenstein and her assistant Leon Katz. After the perfect disguises were applied the “volunteers” were taught the ancient undead dance known only as “Micheal Jackson’s Thriller”.
For more evidnece of these extremely controversial tests, see photos below. Also, join us next year to be a “volunteer”. (Il)Legal note: Consent not needed for participation in this research study. Entering the CopleyTeen Room Research Center offers a moderate chance of Z-Virus infection.
Update: A previous “volunteer” was found shrunken. I assume the scientists up in physics had something to do with it. Maybe because I never returned their pen… It’s a nice pen… I’m keeping it… She’s named Penelope…
-My Darkness Rain Down Upon Your Foes,