Then zombie Deer Disease is REAL and It can KILL you dead. Terry Haynes - Conspiracy Talk News

Canadian scientists have shown that the cachexia of the deer, can be transmitted to people and can KILL you, here is how…

The deer of the USA and Canada are dying. 

At least 22 states and some Canadian regions are affected by a neurological disease, chronic cachexia, which transforms moose and deer into a kind of zombies.

Chronic wasting causes  deer to show signs of decay, head down, facial expression blank, teeth grinding, loss of appetite, drooping ears, and walking in repetitive patterns. Finally, they develop weight loss and die.

But could humans be affected by the “zombie deer disease”?

After all, this hypothesis is not so far-fetched, since Canadian scientists have shown that its transmission is possible in primates 

Although no cases have ever been reported in humans since its discovery in 1967, a team of Canadian researchers have expressed concern about the possibility thachronic wasting disease , known as the disease of the zombie deer, can be transmitted to humans.

The scientists verified that, of a group of five  monkeys that were foods with meat of deer infected , three of them contracted the disease .

How? Let’s be more concrete.

 Evolved infectious agents

Infectious agents that cause chronic wasting disease, called prions, do not easily pass between animals of different species. But what is certain is that these proteins can ‘evolve’ to infect other species .

A prion enters a healthy organism through  abnormal proteins . When this happens, it modifies the form of the same type of protein with which it entered the new organism , modifying it and also converting it into a prion.

Thus, we would be talking about an infection that could spread in humans in a similar way as  mad cow disease did.

“We have reason to suspect that chronic wasting disease could be transmitted to humans,” said Mark Zabel, director of the Prion Research Center at Colorado State University (CDC), for the Live Science platform . “The disease may still be evolving, and it could be only a matter of time before a prion evolves into a deer that is capable of infecting a human being .”

In addition, some studies have even shown that prions can even be artificially modified to give rise to the prions that cause the disease.

Can you eat deer meat?

The Prions Research Center at Colorado State University (CDC) recommends that, in areas where chronic deer cachexia has been found, hunters should seriously reconsider testing meat.

In addition, the CDC also recommended that hunters do not shoot or tamper with deer or elk meat that looks sick or acts strangely.

Although it is important to keep in mind that even  deer that seem healthy could have the disease, since it may be years before the symptoms appear.


  1. To All hunters,
    The truth is that prions are amyloid proteins that build up in the tissues of the CWD-affected deer. Amyloid proteins do not proliferate but can increase in amount biochemically. Bacteria can induce formation of these amyloid proteins. These amyloid proteins (prions) are not infectious.
    My research shows that the cause of CWD is a tiny bacterium. We have now grown this bacterium in broth culture and on agar plates so we now can develop a diagnostic test. This will be very important for hunters since the deer shows at least a 10 month incubation period where the deer is infectious yet shows no clinical signs. There is no way that a hunter can recognize an infected deer until the last stages of the disease.
    Vaccines are common in controlling bacterial diseases. Brucella is controlled by a vaccine. You all know about pneumococcal vaccine. There are no antibiiotics that kill spiroplasma. There is no workable diagnostic serological test for the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies. CWD has been experimentally transferred to cattle so I wouldn’t be secure in any natural barrier to infection. The incubation period for CWD may last months. The animals appear normal during the first 10 months of the incubation period.
    Spiroplasma can be cultured and studied. A diagnostic test is now possible so that the CWD-affected animals can be culled. The diseased animals will be recognized by a simple serological test to prevent what happened to your friends. The source of the organism in nature can now be determined. Since the spiroplasma forms colonies on agar plates, we can now determine sensitivity to new antibiotics. A preventive vaccine is now possible.
    We need more laboratories working on this problem from this perspective and that is why I published the method of isolation so any researchers with access to CWD materials can contribute.
    Dr. Frank Bastian

    • I am a Part time Hunter.. if you get my drift, and stuff like this scares the dick-ins out of me.. Hey, ANY animal we shoot have the potential of haveing some sort of bacteria, right? but i’m glad to have shared this article with the Hunting people. ” you know who you are”.



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