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Zombies in Brooklyn, Sunday, May 31, 2009

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This just in — the CDC has announced a Z-Alert for Brooklyn, NY on Sunday, May 31st.

“We have information that leads us to believe there will be a Zombie outbreak around 2:00 p.m.,” said spokesperson Amber MacArthur.

Recently analyzed data suggest that the outbreak will begin at The Charleston, located at 174 Bedford Avenue, between North 7th and 8th Streets in Williamsburg.

“At this time we can’t be more specific, but please check this website and the related links for updates" said MacArthur.

The CDC requests all area stereo photographers and videographers to document the activities of the Zombie horde and make these images available for later study.

Citizens are urged to approach Zombies with caution, although due to their slow, shambling gait it is believed that most active New Yorkers will be able to outdistance the undead. Active stereographers are known to possess immunity to the touch of the undead.

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UPDATED INFORMATION: www.nyczombiecrawl.com

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