I found this to be amusing... discuss!Originally Posted by zombiehunterIn history there are numerous civilizations that decline almost over night without any logical explanation, mayans, the colony of roanoke, even places in the far east.
but is it possible that zombies were the case of their collapse, lets look at the colony of roanoke island(1587-1590) the colony lasted 3 years, then, everyone was gone, when a trade ship came to the island, they found the settlement but no one was there, no evidece of siege, nothing, local tribes recorded that they were in a great war within their own ranks, cannibalism aswell,
now lets look at the mayans, how could they of lasted a near millenium and then just collapse over nite all attempted(or proposed) solutions were never supported by archeaology.
even during a mass causulty event(i.e. war, famine, disease) there are going to be burials, but in the mayans cause, there were no burials, evidence suggests that the dead were left to rot above ground where they fell. what could of happened that was so horrible so evil and so terrifying that would force ppl to leave their friends or family where they dropped.
that is unusual but notes of mass cannibalism at the end of the maya, and also evidence of bones and body parts being forcfully ripped out of their sockets and eaten on the spot(that sounds zombieish to me), even evidence of children eating their parents were found.
what about the Jivaro(the head shrinkers of equador)
what evil did their ancestors face that was so evil that they had to shrink every one of their enemies heads?
and why go through so much trouble?
maybe zombies can be created through natural means aswell.