Zombie Script Essay

1311 words - 6 pages

The Outbreak
By: Bekah Y.

It all starts on a normal day. Beautiful skies, calm and uplifting weather. I began with an average day of my cycle of getting up and drinking a cup of coffee before I have to put in my hours as a nurse. I come upon the television seeing something odd with today’s news. The reporter mentioned something about a certain virus beginning to spread on the cattle and farmers. None knew what it was and said they are doing testing and research later on. I told to myself while sighing in grief, “Great another busy night for me”. Within that moment I hear my boyfriend Kyle slowly walking into the kitchen. I quickly turn to him and faintly yell out
Bekah: Did you hear ...view middle of the document...

Williams how are you feeling?
I haven’t looked at the patient yet but I heard no response so I lift my head up to see him in a very bad state and in shock and I began to run tests. The man suddenly grabs my arm, I jump with fear and look at him saying
Bekah: Mr. Williams are you doing alright?
He slowly turns his head in a creepy way and looks at me like he can read my soul. Instantly I began to ask
Bekah: Sir we are going to give you some medicine to see if it will help ok?
He quickly responds
Mr. Williams: I saw something…
I look at him in confusion and ask
Bekah: what did you see Mr. Williams?
Mr. Williams: A man walking towards me with the eyes of death and the hunger of a monster. He attacked me and left me this bite and now the devil runs in my veins…
I remember seeing on the paper it said he had a small bite on is left forearm and could tell he was a Christian man when he stated his sentence that way. But the devil running in his veins? I was confused if he saying in small words he got sick or if he saw the man in worse of a state than him.
I tell Mr. Williams
Bekah: Ok sir the doctor will be back with your results and will help you later.

It quickly changes to the late evening and im sitting at the decks finishing up the night and then I hear a commotion. I look up to see the same man starting to slowly shake around and then it quickly progresses to him shaking badly I try to get up and the doctor beat me to it and told me
Doctor: Yount call it a night and come in tomorrow I got the rest you have been here all day.
I respond with a ok and grab my stuff still looking at the doctor trying to help the man and I hear him yelling and also his heart rate rising on the machines. I quickly get home in a sort of confusion and scare and come to find Kyle gone and confused on where he is cause he said he had the day off I tried to call him and saw that he left a voicemail saying.
Voicemail: Hey babe I’m going to the bar with my friends to have a few drinks and ill be home later on. Love you.
I am in a shock he is not home yet and the voicemail was 5 hours ago and he would be home by now. He works tomorrow. I call Kaylie and tell her
Bekah: could you come over its about Kyle…

They begin to talk about...

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