Gun Scare Cancels Human Vs. Zombie at Truman State University

The Truman State University Index reports that a boastful, unidentified male led to the cancellation of a friendly game [sic] of the growing sport (?) of Human vs. Zombie (a.k.a HVZ). “At about 4 p.m. Sunday, three males, who appeared to be between 18 and 21 years old, approached a player and asked about the game, according to a press release from the Department of Public Safety [DPS]. One of the males lifted his shirt and said he had a ‘gat’ that hurt people, but the student did not see a weapon. The three men then left campus. DPS is investigating the incident.” Point of journalistic order: if the student in question didn’t see the weapon how do we know there was a weapon there to be seen? While you can’t blame the organizers and campus cops for canceling the zombie fest, the students’ delayed response time might have had tragic consequences . . .

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The Truman State University Index reports that a boastful, unidentified male led to the cancellation of a friendly game [sic] of the growing sport (?) of Human vs. Zombie (a.k.a…

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