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Two cases on Martin Luther King Jr. Day shocked authorities in the Panama City area. A woman, apparently high on bath salts, burst into her 71-year-old mother's room swinging a machete, according to Panama City Beach police. Pamela Higgins, 48, reportedly asked her mom, "You ain't dead yet?" No one was hurt, but Higgins was arrested by Panama City Beach police on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. That same day, it took seven Bay County deputies to restrain a man who reportedly snorted Blue Silk, a common brand name of the fake coc aine, according to Ruth Corley, spokeswoman for the Bay County Sheriff's Office. His girlfriend called police from the airport, worried that he was acting crazily. Paramedics were unable to calm him down, Corley said, and deputies were forced to wrestle him into a patrol car. He tore apart the back seat of the car with his teeth, screaming "Please help me, please help me, I'm dying," Corley said.
Originally posted by jefferyofsky
The woods is looking better and better every moment. Yeah, people are about to go ape.
In the past several years, they have become both wildly popular and big business. Last fall, the financial website 24/7 Wall Street estimated that zombies pumped $5 billion into the U.S. economy. "And if you think the financial tab has been high so far, by the end of 2012 the tab is going to be far larger," the October report read.