The Zombie Apocalypse will start in a little school house in Austin.

Not to start a panic, but PANIC!

There are mad scientist working in Austin that, it would seem, are looking to create a Zombie virus.

O.K. sure, it's actually a lab that looks like an elementary school called Brackenridge Field Lab.

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And recently a PPS special showed how a BBC film crew captured a fly infecting a fire ant with it's larva. Which, in turn, turned the fire ant into a Zombie. Once infected the fire ant will wander off away from the colony to die. A new fly will emerge from the ants head to start the process over again.

Alright, now I'm sure those of you who have some common sense are thinking that these flies are great. They could help control the Fire Ant population.

Wake up people. All it takes is one or two "curious" scientists and suddenly the common house fly will be laying Zombie eggs in the brains of humans.

"Oh jeez. Scientists wouldn't do that ya'know. Oofta, you kids today."

Of course scientists wouldn't do that. Oh, wait, did someone mention the African Bee? Well let me mention it. Experiment goes bad in South America and now killer bees have spread up to North America. They've killed thousands of humans, and have threatened the planet by killing off honey bees.

Wake up people. All it takes is one or two "curious" scientists and suddenly the common house fly will be laying Zombie eggs in the brains of humans.

"Oh jeez. Scientists wouldn't do that ya'know. Oofta, you kids today."

Of course scientists wouldn't do that. Oh, wait, did someone mention the African Bee? Well let me mention it. Experiment goes wrong in South America and now killer bees have spread up to North America. They've killed thousands of humans, and have threatened the planet by killing off honey bees.