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N.M. man kills friend because he thought he was zombie: cops

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Monday, October 26, 2015, 2:34 PM

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A New Mexico man killed his friend after binge-watching “The Walking Dead,” he told cops.

A drunken Damon Perry used knives, a microwave oven, an electric guitar and his bare hands in Thursday's grisly slaying of Christopher Paquin.Google Earth

A drunken Damon Perry used knives, a microwave oven, an electric guitar and his bare hands in Thursday’s grisly slaying of Christopher Paquin.

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A New Mexico man brutally killed his buddy after binge-watching “The Walking Dead” because he believed his friend had transformed into a zombie, he told cops.

A drunken Damon Perry used knives, a microwave oven, an electric guitar and his bare hands in Thursday’s grisly slaying of Christopher Paquin, The Daily Beast reported.

“It was one of the absolute worst (crime scenes) I’ve ever seen, and I’ve been with the department for 15 years,” Grants, N.M., police department spokesman Moses Marquez told the news website.

Police arrived after concerned residents called 911 to say a man was running around the complex threatening people with a knife, KOB reported. Perry apparently was looking for more zombies.

Two maintenance workers were able to restrain him.

Perry later told cops at the station that Paquin had begun “to change into a zombie” and attempted to bite him, KOB reported. Perry has been charged with murder.

dboroff@nydailynews.com

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