A couple of weeks ago I posted the video recording of my lecture at the High Wycombe Paranormal group entitled Real Zombies?, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/zombies-fact-or-fiction.html. Zombies are animated undead corpses from African mythology that emerged in Western horror fiction in the Twentieth century, see link above. In the talk I describe almost unimaginable instances in which real people exhibit behaviour very similar to zombies, and details are also in the background links below. A new incident in this category has just occurred in one of the most dangerous situations possible- aboard an aircraft in flight. All was normal after Flight EL 485 took off from
for its journey to Dublin, but then
one of the passengers began behaving strangely. John Kennedy Santos Gurjao
became agitated and ill. He began shaking violently and started running around
the cabin attacking people; in doing so he bit one of the passengers. He was
restrained by the plane's crew and fell unconscious. The Aer Lingus Boeing 757
then diverted to Cork warning air
traffic control that they were undergoing a medical emergency. Mr Gurjao
suffered a seizure and cardiac arrest. There was a doctor on board who
attempted to resuscitate him, but it didn't work and the man was declared dead
on arrival at Cork airport, source:
According to a later report Mr Gurjao, who came from Brazil,
had been given a post mortem and over eighty pellets were found in his stomach believed
to contain cocaine. It's thought that one of these pellets had ruptured leaking
a vast amount of the drug into his body causing a fatal overdose. Such a demise
is sadly not uncommon among "drug mules", source: http://roadwarriorvoices.com/2015/10/20/man-who-died-during-aer-lingus-flight-had-swallowed-63k-worth-of-suspected-cocaine/.
(Thanks to Samantha Mansi for bringing this to my attention.) I'm not sure if
the story that his death was caused by cocaine poisoning is the truth or just a
cover-up, but even if it is the real story, we once again see biting as part of
his rampage. Drug overdoses of all kinds are causing people to bite others in a
cannibalistic manner. Maybe there's more to the fate of John Kennedy Santos
Gurjao than we've been told here.
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/zombie-update-november-2014.html.