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By Dolly Stolze / 10.31.2017
For me, zombies are probably the scariest of the iconic horror monsters because humans are either zombie food fighting for survival in a post-apolocalypic landscape or they are transformed into mindless walking corpses that are doomed to feed on the bodies of other people. While these stumbling, groaning revenants may haunt our nightmares and scare us in horror movies, there some people who wake up convinced they are the walking dead.
In May of 2013, Helen Thomas of New Scientist told the story of a man named Graham. About eight months after he attempted suicide via electrocution in a bathtub, Graham complained to his doctor that his brain was dead or was missing.