Romanian zombie team massacred - Posted: 5th, Feb, 2012
Europes cold weather freezes the undead Posted: 12th, Dec, 2010
France: 'ZEF' return to work Posted: 17th, Oct, 2010
France: 'Zombie Eradication Force' on strike Posted: 11th, Sept, 2010
UK undead riot: Inquiry begins Posted: 7th, JAug, 2010
Police clash with undead in UK Posted: 25th, July, 2010
Elusive Zombie caught after 3 week search Posted: 11th, July, 2010
Zombies captured at Welsh farm Posted: 24th, April, 2010
Welsh camping trip massacre Posted: 23rd, April, 2010
Swedish man convicted In undead attack Posted: 11th, Oct. 2009
Portugal - 'Liberators' infected?Posted: 8th, Oct. 2009
Portugal - Intruder 'Liberates' undead Posted: 6th, Oct. 2009
Portugal - Riots continue Posted: 5th, Oct. 2009
Portugal outbreak Posted: 4th, Oct. 2009
UK beach closed Posted: 23rd, Sept. 2009
Niro Air fined for Mortosis leak Posted: 25th July, 2009
Aberdeen hoax Posted: 3rd. May
Divers attacked off Cornwall coast Posted: 22nd, July. 2008
Neus Vargas dies
Posted: 7th, July. 2008
Contract revoked for Niro-Air
Posted: 21st, June. 2008
Spanish woman in recovery
Posted: 7th, June. 2008
Hannover outbreak contained
Posted: 2nd, June. 2008
Hannover attack - airport searched Posted: 17th, May. 2008
Victim released from hospital Posted: 10th, May. 2008
'John Doe' identified in Hannover attack
Posted: 8th, May. 2008
Mortosis incident in Hannover?
Posted: 4th, May. 2008
'Sewer Zombie' or paranormal presence?
UK terror strategy revealed.
Italy - Illegal zombie trophy ring busted
UK - Controversial undead research lab closes
Sweden - Archaeologists find remains of undead
London - Violence at anti-immigration demo
UK Cover-up?
Britain's Cover-up exposed
Nightshift - Return to Romania
'Zombie hunter' and team killed in Italy
What went wrong in fatal 'zombie hunter' mission?
Blair steps down - what next for virus?
Final Exit: Part one
Final Exit: Part two
Ambulance Crash in Paris
Spain - Outbreak in Valencia
Chunnel to Remain Open
House of Dead Discovered in UK
UK to deploy 5000 troops to Haiti

Second Irish outbreak
Posted: 11th, Oct. 2009
Irish Situation 'Stabilized' Posted: 27th, Sept. 2009
Situation deteriorates Posted: 20th, Sept. 2009
Irish family massacre Posted: 5th, Sept. 2009
Belfast panic spreads Posted: 3rd, Sept. 2009
Belfast level 'B' confirmed Posted: 31h Aug, 2009
Belfast dead roam streets Posted: 30h Aug, 2009
Belfast source ID'd Posted: 13h Aug, 2009
Belfast quarantine expands further Posted: 13h Aug, 2009
Belfast quarantine widens Posted: 24th July, 2009
Belfast docks quarantined Posted: 18th July, 2009

'House of the Dead' Discovered in London

Brixton, London, England - (AP)
Eyewitness Report from ZWN Field Reporter Craig Turner.

England has seen relatively few undead risings since the plague began. This can be attributed in part, to the same small aegis that has protected the United Kingdom from everything that history could cast it's way. The Spanish Armada to Hitler's Third Reich have tried and failed to breach the English Channel. But these are different times. And today, any sense of peace and security, was shattered by the discoveries made in a modest terraced house in Brixton, London.

There have been fewer Undead sighting in the UK than any other European Country.

Earlier today, neighbors, complaining about a 'horrible smell' contacted the local council. They dispatched a worker to asses the cause. Gas leak? sewer discharge? They found their answer this way:

"My gas register read zero, so I knew there was no leaks. But I could smell the horrible stench. I walked up to the door. Knocked, and heard the most frightening moan. I will never forget it" said council worker Ted Norris. "I thought about calling the Police, but I wanted to check first. So I called out "Are you alright love?" and heard it again. I went to the window and wanted just a quick look in. And this horrible looking face ran up to the window. It was bleeding awful. I ran back, and it jumped at the glass. It didn't smash thank goodness. Double glazing I think. So I ran back into my van and called Police."

What the Police did find, was an extraordinary sight. A total of seven undead. All in various stages of de composure. The longest 'dead', an unidentified male, was, at one point, apparently tied to a wall in the back bedroom. Police surmise that this was a relative whom at some earlier point, had contracted Necro-Mortosis.

The others in the house, all Romanian, tried to deal with it privately."We are not sure why they didn't contact authorities. But it may have been that they were here without a work permit. Perhaps, they were afraid of questions being asked." said Detective Inspector Gregson today.

Special armed Police were dispatched to clear the house.
"We surmise at this point, that the first person to become infected, was tied up in the back bedroom. Unfortunately, he was able to gnaw through his ropes. The door was locked. But the walls were not load bearing. They were dry wall. He simply worked his way through it. That's when the rest of the household became infected. but it does seem to have happened over the course of a few days. the last survivor was barricaded up in the attic. But they got to her somehow. Very sad."

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