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The search for two Japanese tourists, recently involved in a necro-mortosis incident at Cairns airport, were found dead early yesterday morning in the mangrove swamps that border the international airport. Police Sergeant Phil Young told ZWN reporters that foul play was not suspected at this moment time. "Fortunately, they were both together and both tangled in weeds and so much mud that they became immobile" said Sergeant Young, "Their bodies were mostly intact, so we will be able to do a post-mortem examination to determine if they did in fact consume any other victims before apprehension." ."Hazmat has not performed tests on the remains of the tourists, due to clear signs of reanimation showing the necro mortosis virus in their bodies.
The two tourists ,now identified as Kenji Oshiro (34) and Shinji Gya (29), were believed to have fled from the airport terminal in panic, when their travel companion Kenzaburo Moriami died, and subsequently reanimated during a customs check. Police had been searching the Cairns region for almost two months, until the tragic discovery was made today.
ZWN Science Editor and 'Lifeline' columnist Nancy Chan, when asked for comment. said "How interesting that although these infecteds were found miles away from Cairns airport, clearly infected, they stayed together. This does propel the 'herding mentality of the undead ' theories of late.*
Footnote: It has been observed and suggested that undead do not
always act in a solitary manner. Often times an innate instinct will
band the infected into groups or 'herd's'. This is not thought to be
a social sign, more likely a group like focus on an individual task,
predominantly to feed.