Walking Dead in Real Life! Two Ebola Victims ‘Rise From the Dead,’ Walk Among Locals

Ebola has killed 2,800 people this year in 5 West African countries, and is estimated to have infected 5,800 people. (Image: European Commission DG ECHO / Flickr)
Ebola has killed 2,800 people this year in 5 West African countries, and is estimated to have infected 5,800 people. (Image: European Commission DG ECHO / Flickr)

In Africa, two Ebola victims were reported to have risen from the dead and walked among the locals, creating great fear and panic, according to the Daily Mirror.

The report says both victims were female, and apparently died of Ebola in Nimba County, Liberia. One, named Dorris Quoi, in her 40s, lived in Hope Village Community. The other was identified as Ma Kebeh, in her 60s, who came from a different community in the same county. They were reported to have come to life again as they were about to be buried.

“Ma Kebeh had been indoors for two nights without food and medication before her alleged death”, said the Daily Mirror.

The local newspaper said this is the first incident of Ebola patients ‘rising from the dead.’

Up to now, Ebola has killed 2,800 people this year in 5 West African countries, and is estimated to have infected 5,800 people.

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