Was Morgan A Serial Killer?


...I mean he walked into that woman's house who was in bed screaming and put up her arms to defend herself and he posted her anyways. That was kind of sick to me.

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Well not a serial killer as such, but certainly a monster and one the new humans feared as their boogeyman.

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I think Morgan thought he was doing a service. They were dying of the plague, so rather have them suffer, do a little euthanasia.

BOO-YEAH!

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Yeah its a grey area.

The problem is there were 2 types of victims. The 'zombie' type that were indeed dead and the other almost semi-immune who had adapted. The problem was he didn't know there was a diff, and he killed from both camps.

Naturally in the book its much more fully explained. The Omega Man cuts all that subtlety out as does I am Legend.

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To the people who'd found the treatment, he was, insuring that they wouldn't listen to the idea that he'd found a cure.

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He thought everyone left was a zompire, esp. if they slept during the day, so he killed them...

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"if they slept during the day, so he killed them..."

So a serial killer of students then?

few visible scars

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/Well not a serial killer as such, but certainly a monster and one the new humans feared as their boogeyman./

this.

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He was a serial killer. He was tired of his habit. I like the way that he just wearily stakes another plague-sufferer. Only Vincent Price could have done it that way.

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