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The 'zombie' man who thinks he is dead

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A patient has written a disturbing account of life with condition which makes him think he is dead - and how he spends his days in graveyards as it is ‘the closest I could get to death.’

The man, identified only as Graham, woke up nine years ago utterly convinced that he was no longer alive even though he was still breathing.

Doctors diagnosed him with Cotard’s Syndrome, which is also known as ‘Walking Corpse Syndrome’ because it makes people think they have turned into zombies.

http://www.dailymail...tely-alive.html

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So many different types of crazy out there. Weird.

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Just be grateful he doesn't think he's one of those zombies who prey on the brains of the living...

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Hmmm the same amount of brain activity as someone in comma, but being wide awake and on his feet...

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Wasn't there a story in the bible about a guy who only hung out in the cemetery and would cut himself ? Then Jesus came

and the guy was restored to his full functionality after being delivered of a bunch of demons? Maybe I am wrong, but

I thought I saw a story like that once.

Perhaps he had the same kind of thing going on since he would only hang in cemeteries.....

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Are zombies the dead thinking they are alive?

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Hmmm the same amount of brain activity as someone in comma, but being wide awake and on his feet...

Yeah that would suck and he lost his sense of smell and taste, Id be depressed to if I was him

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Reminds me of the phrase "Dead Man Walking".

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