Literature Professor, Diploma in Classic Literature, Denver, Colorado
Answered on Oct 04, 2019
Zombies reached its peak popularity back in 2013 during the peak of The Living Dead. Even before this television series, there are people who have always been fascinated with zombies. They like the idea that there are some people who are already dead who can become alive again.
The thing is that there are also living people who may become zombies because of a zombie bite or the spread of parasites. Those who are not merely bitten by zombies may become eaten because zombies are attracted to the life force not only of human beings but the life force of living things in general. Zombies will always be fascinating to those who are very interested in them.
Zombies have become popular because they have been in movies. People who watched horror movies that involved zombies made people like them more. This is what happened. People began to like zombies more and more by watching these movies. Then they may have read about zombies. From then until now, the term “zombie apocalypse” has been thrown around.
Many people have heard of this term and more and more people are believing in it because the term has become so popular. This means that people have learned about zombies and because so many people are talking about the zombie apocalypse and therefore it must be true. As long as people are talking about the zombie apocalypse, there will most likely be an increase in the belief in zombies.