The Walking Debb: Zombie Crosses America’s Heartland For Hunger Awareness

11 Oct
Image by Matt Erasmus

Image by Matt Erasmus

MONTGOMERY, AL—A reanimated corpse referring to itself as, “Dddebbbb,” is captivating hearts and minds with a nonstop journey through the nation’s Heartland. The zombie is walking coast-to-coast to raise awareness of hunger in America. Debb’s undying passion to the cause has helped the zombie endure weeks without rest, shelter, or even a simple change of clothing. Debb has also been hit twice by moving vehicles after wandering from the shoulder of Highway 80 into oncoming traffic. For this zombie, it is certainly evident that the pain of blunt force trauma pales in comparison to the aches of an empty stomach, or cravings for brains.

Debb is unusually soft spoken for an activist. Her typical response for a request for comment is a combination of arm flailing and unintelligible grumbles. She does, however, make her case for combating hunger, using the most literal of examples. On day three of her quest, the zombie stumbled onto the property of the JD Stonewall Equestrian Center. Supporters and members of the press could sense in Debb’s disposition that the she had grown so hungry, she could eat a horse. And so, to everyone’s horror, Debb did just that.

There is no telling just how long it will take for the Debb to make her way to the west coast. Especially after an incident in which she was held up on a farm in Georgia for more than a few weeks. One thing that is for certain is that this zombie has given us all some food for thought!



3 Responses to “The Walking Debb: Zombie Crosses America’s Heartland For Hunger Awareness”

  1. Ned's Blog 10/11/2013 at 8:51 am #

    I’ve heard horse tastes like chicken. In any case, I’ll look forward to interviewing Debb when she gets to the west coast. Maybe a lunch interview…

    • grimmreport 10/11/2013 at 12:26 pm #

      Debb’s open to the idea of a lunch interview… but only if its over steak or sushi. No vegetarian.

      • Ned's Blog 10/11/2013 at 12:52 pm #

        My thoughts exactly. Hey, what if I invite someone I don’t like who is a vegetarian — just in case she gets hungry?

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