The Truth About The ‘Ressurected’ Ebola Victims In Liberia (PHOTOS)

The Truth About The ‘Ressurected’ Ebola Victims In Liberia (PHOTOS)

By Eseme MacDonald | Associate Editor on October 21, 2014
From left, Bellevue Hospital nurse Belkys Fortune and Associate Director of Infection Prevention and Control Teressa Celia wear protective suits during a demonstration of procedures for possible Ebola patients. (Photo Credit: AP)

Earlier in the month, precisely on Sunday, October 5, 2014, a site renowned for publishing satirical and funny articles, published a story that a dead Ebola victim had risen to life. This is definitely one of their stunts to keep readers active.

Besides, it is clearly indicated in their disclaimer that “  is a combination of real shocking news and satire news to keep its visitors in a state of disbelief.”

However, eyebrows were raised when an image was published by the site of a purported “Ebola zombie,” captured and photographed in Liberia.

Meanwhile, the second image spreading as an image of an “Ebola zombie” is an picture of a “lab zombie” taken from the movie “World War Z“. They sure got most people with their latest skit.

Needless to mention that none of those pictures depicted an Ebola victim’s real resurrection to life. The images which has gone viral with those false claims of a reanimated Ebola victim is actually a prop mask.

ebola zombie-The Trent Claim: Image depicts a “captured Ebola victim” who has risen from the dead (Photo credit:

According to the story, ” The first reports of Ebola victims rising from the dead was reported by Liberia’s National Newspaper. Initially, officials from the World Health Organization fled in shock and horror as the Ebola patients suddenly arose from the dead. After organizing military reinforcements and obtaining increased containment measures, World Health Organization’s special operations staff quickly responded with military assistance and quarantined the two Ebola victims who arose from the dead.With Texas now infested with an unknown amount of Ebola patients, nearby Kansas has declared a state of emergency. Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has declared October “Zombie Awareness Month” and the state is on high alert for a zombie outbreak. Homes across the state are to receive pamphlets warning them of how to prevent the spread of Ebola and what to do if an Ebola Victim falls dead and then starts to show life again”.


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