Zombies among us: Walking Corpse Syndrome

Cotard's Syndrome, or "Walking Corpse Syndrome" causes sufferers from delusions, including the belief they have no organs, blood or body parts and that they are actually dead.

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WASHINGTON, May 25, 2016 – Yes, there are zombies among us. A rare mental illness called Cotard’s Syndrome, or “Walking Corpse Syndrome” causes sufferers to have a number of delusions, including the belief they have no organs, blood or body parts and that they are actually dead.


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