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Broome faces lockdown
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Missing Japanese tourists found dead
Feb. 15th. 2008

Bus crash - driver infected with virus
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Search for missing tourists - Ayers Rock
- Oct. 26th. 2007

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- Nov. 15th. 2007

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- Dec. 8th. 2007

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- April 24th. 2007

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Undead outbreaks drop Posted: April 4th, 2010


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Gruesome cause discovered for flood Posted: Jan. 9th, 2006
Two arrested in Tasmania Posted: Jan. 16th, 2006

Russian convoy massacre Posted: July 26th, 2008
Russian convoy survivors Posted: Aug. 1st, 2008
Containment breach at research lab Posted: May 20, 2007
Russia-Alaska 'Zombie ring' busted Posted: 20th, June. 2009

Mortosis Video: Artist tapes own death by Necrosis
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Part Two

Missing Tourists Body and Vehicle Found.

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia (ZWN)--- (AP) Posted: Oct. 26, 2007

ZWN field reporter - Daniel Firstenberg Bookmark and Share

A search for three missing tourists lost in the Australian outback had a major breakthrough early yesterday morning when a police chopper spotted their 4WD on a remote desert track about 180km south of Uluru.

Local police arrived on the scene in a matter of hours but soon realized that this was not a routine missing persons case. According to Uluru Police Sergeant Brett Marney, the vehicle was missing three of its tires. Marney speculated that the cause was the vast amounts of the sharp spinifex grass that inhabits the area. "It appears as though they didn't have enough spares to get the vehicle operational again" he said. "We found their tent. They must have tried to get some shelter for the night. It was upon further investigation that we then found human remains inside".

Marney explained that the remains seemed to be from one person only. Positively identified as Peter Kehl, (32) from Kaiserslatern, Germany. His traveling companions, Elena Gerber (28), from Munich and Zoltan Strecker (20), also from Kaiserslautern appeared to have left the site in a hurry. "They left a number of essential items behind. Sleeping bags, food and water bottles."

Government officials along with a mobile Hazmat unit eventually arrived on the scene and confirmed that the remains had indeed been infected with the necro-mortosis virus, but due to the bodies traumatized state and sever damage to the head, no reanimation had occurred. A spokes person said that "This is a serious blow to our mainland defenses. We have been successful in excluding the mortosis virus for a long time now. Very few instances have risen on the Australian homeland. We must be vigilant. We will continue to search for the two missing tourists, and also for their assailants."

The search continues

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