Wanna be a Zombie Apocalypse Diver?

Bill Ayotte, a 69-year-old man attempted to help a woman who was being attacked by a polar bear by fend­ing it off with a shovel but the bear turned on him too. It could have been worse if neigh­bors hadn’t rushed to his aid even if the guy had clothes on! Doug Web­ber woke up and went to his win­dow and said that’s when he “saw the bear kind of chew­ing on Bill.” That’s when he ran out of his house bar­ing all to God and coun­try, jumped in his car and attempted to move the bear.  That’s a good neigh­bor. 

zombies in waterZom­bies are every­where these days ― even under­wa­ter!  PADI mas­ter div­ing instruc­tor Woody Tins­ley has helped add another layer to the zom­bie mythol­ogy by offer­ing scuba divers the oppor­tu­nity to nav­i­gate the water while simul­ta­ne­ously fend­ing off the undead in his Zom­bie Apoc­a­lypse Diver course! Tins­ley told Yahoo News in an inter­view from cen­tral Con­necti­cut where the course takes place. “We cover areas like sup­ply gath­er­ing, fish­ing and med­ical first aid.”  He enlists expe­ri­enced pro­fes­sion­als who dress up as zom­bies and pur­sue divers from both above and below the sur­face of the water. “I’ve liked zom­bies since before they were cool,” Tins­ley said. “It’s a very chal­leng­ing course but very fun and exciting.”

Canada’s bor­der ser­vices agency say it has stum­bled upon a dif­fer­ent kind of Hal­loween sur­prise in some pump­kins this year. Author­i­ties believe three pump­kins found in a woman’s lug­gage at the Trudeau Inter­na­tional Air­port in Mon­treal air­port were stuffed with approx­i­mately 2 kilo­grams (4.4 pounds) of cocaine.  Scan­ning equip­ment had detected masses inside the pump­kins. Those masses turned out to be bags filled with the chalky sub­stance. A bor­der agency spokes­woman was not able to say where the pas­sen­ger was com­ing from or whether she was a Cana­dian cit­i­zen.  The Royal Cana­dian Mounted Police have taken over the investigation.

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