Man Struggles For 18 Months Believing He’s Literally A Zombie
Warren McKinlay from Essex, England, probably seemed like a happy, healthy guy to everyone he knew.
But after the 35-year-old was involved in a motorcycle accident that nearly claimed his life in 2005, his family noticed that something just wasn’t right with him. It turns out that inside, he was struggling with the unimaginable belief that he wasn’t among the living. He was convinced for 18 months that he was a zombie.
Though he survived the crash, McKinlay walked away with a brain injury that made him think he had actually died. Before all of this, he had served seven years in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, a branch of the British Army.
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“I was treated at a time when many soldiers were coming back from Afghanistan with no legs and no arms,” he told Mirror Online.
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