Essay On Mass Hysteria

The once was a day in a distant time where mass hysteria had broken out and everyone was turning against one another. The people referenced this day as a cruddy day, as There were people falling over and collapsing from sickness and exhaustion, people dashing around and smashing into each others houses and stealing food and supplies from stores. Even the police officers were stealing items from other people.
But there was a man named koralis who was kind to all and always never intended to do harm to others around him although they might do harm to him. He had a wife and kids, his wife’s name was beth and his kids names were jerold and gimia he loved the dearly and he would do anything to protect them.
Koralis was strutting down the street…

They scavenged abandoned houses, buildings and hotels. In the houses they normally found supplies like weapons and old food that they just left bc it is old and nobody wants any of that. In the buildings they would find stuff like bottles of water but the stuff they were really looking for was in the hotels. In the hotels they found mountains and mountains of glorious glorious food from bright orange and flaky cheese puffs to meat they could never have imagined like rib eye steaks that made your mouth water just to think about with there succulent juices steaming as they cook over 425 degrees…

So they fled to the airport to get out of the country. When they got there they found tons and tons of people screaming and panicking with gunshots going of like a barrage of fireworks on the fourth of july. They ran up and into the airport where there were people barricaded inside and for a good reason there were mountains and mountains of the undead sitting outside those doors. The people fired and fired more and more bullets not leaving more than one still standing with people shooting LMG’s, assault rifles, pistols, and even an RPG. The heard never stood a chance but shooting a lot of bullets which make a lot of noise isnt very good as it attracts them for some…