US Scientists Continue Commie Reanimation Research

By Zombie Hunter Sam

Severed Dogs HeadScientists in Pittsburgh are fooling around with reanimation and reviving the dead. It starts small, reviving totally, clinically dead dogs. The dead canine blood is replaced with a hypothermic oxygenated saline solution. Three hours later, the dogs blood is reintroduced, and they are revived with en electric shock. Hopeful scientists at the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research declare the process can be used on humans within a year.

Pittsburgh. Reanimated Corpses. The Zombie Holocaust.

Except this time, its not a movie.

Naturally, there are great medical benefits of prolonging death. It grants doctors more time to operate and save patients, but there remains a great unpredictable factor of bodily decay and brain rot associated with reanimating patients, even in a closely controlled setting. Even some of the dogs have suffered permanent damage.

I’m sorry, this center for reanimation is in fucking Pittsburgh. PITTSBURGH. Consistently the site of Hollywood zombie outbreaks, attacks, apocalypses, sightings, feasts and record-setting zombie mall walks. Those poor inhabitants of Monroeville, PA can ususally be found stumbling about in various states of decay and death, either at the mall, in the parking lot, or shambling the eight miles from the Safar Center for Zombie Creation.

Gory Severed Dogs HeadThe experiment bears a frightening similarity to that of Communist Russian scientists in the 1930’s that experimented with reanimating and sustaining life in severed dogs heads, as well as attaching multiple heads to single bodies. Surely this kind of practice cannot publicly be performed today, yet dogs remain an abundant and useful test subject for reanimation and resuscitation practices. A controversial communist Russia film was released in 1943 to American scientists. The video shows Reds working on a reanimated severed dogs head hooked up to an Autojektor, one of the first artificial hearts used to maintain life.

From Time Magazine, Monday, Nov. 22, 1943:

The AutojektorThe autojector, a relatively simple machine, has a vessel (the “lung”) in which blood is supplied with oxygen, a pump that circulates the oxygenated blood through the arteries, another pump that takes blood from the veins back to the “lung” for more oxygen. Two other dogs on whom the experiment was performed in 1939 (were still alive four years later). The autojector can also keep a dog’s heart beating outside its body, has kept a decapitated dog’s head alive for hours—the head cocked its ears at a noise and licked its chops when citric acid was smeared on them. But the machine is incapable of reviving a whole dog more than about 15 minutes after its blood is drained—body cells then begin to disintegrate.

I’ll post the entire film with review and notes later. Here’s a short, distrubing excerpt.

Safar Center scientists, it would seem, are filling in the gaps left in these grizzly experiments performed over 60 years ago. It’s the same thing — killing and reviving dogs in the name of science — but the end results can have strange, perhaps undead outcomes. How long can a dog remain dead? Can half a dog be reanimated? How long before the brain is damaged to a feral, bad-dog state?

Zombie dogs are really freaking hard to kill as evidenced in say, Wolfenstein, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. or any other video game for that matter. Heck, even mean, fully live dogs are hard to deal with — deranged reanimated hounds from the depths of science hell are something that should never be fooled with.

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  • 1 ViralSyris Nov 30, 2007 at 9:28 pm

    Dude thats fucking insane……… I want to see more!!!

  • 2 Sam Nov 30, 2007 at 9:29 pm

    Stay tuned – I’ll get the full video in all its Commie Glory, I mean Gory-ness up soon.

  • 3 general stanford Dec 1, 2007 at 1:35 am

    sam,what do you mean carrying on a conversation with myself the guy was commenting when i was. anyway how did you get a hold of this? yes it is true about the dog, the dog is still alive in fact of course only by the machines affect. will you please contact me about the cccp matter i really need to talk to you about this subject thank you.

  • 4 jordan Dec 1, 2007 at 1:44 am

    dude what the fuck man! holy shit so can like resident evil shit happen if so im leaving the states fuck this!! and what the hell is a commie? and who is this general stanford guy?

  • 5 Sam Dec 1, 2007 at 10:10 pm

    Sorry Gen. Stanford – the link to your “website” is non-existant. You and Jordan are fooloing no one. And Jordan’s website is the same as yours. You did wait a little longer to post though, congrats.

    Look, I’m just posting information from publicly available sources here. Reviving dead organs and bodies is possible, with limitations. It’s exceeding the limitations that I’m worried about.

  • 6 jon Dec 10, 2007 at 9:15 am

    so what does this mean?? im sorry guys im new to this stuff im just wondering was that dog actually dead? if so damn that was some cool shit and some freaky shit 2!! can re-animating of dead people work 2? i would like to know what a commie is though can someone explain this stuff to me sorry for being such a noob to this but everyone has to start some where right?

  • 7 Sonya Jan 14, 2008 at 5:02 am

    Jon, Commie is short for communist. Which is a form of government that is basically in the intrest of the country not the indivual person. Some countries that are commies are China, Russia and there are a few others.

    Thanks for this information though. I am greatful. I mean shit man… within a year… thats not much time when you stop to think about it. The thing that is running through my mind and im sure that is running through everyone else’s minds is what happens if they come back wrong, like resident evil or dawn of the dead… however, I am willing to take that thought to the next level. The first trace of news or info that i recieve of some sort of “zombie” I think we should take it upon all of us to find a place, a safe place to TRY to survive and rebuild our lives.

  • 8 christina Apr 4, 2008 at 5:13 pm

    that is so fuckin sick!! u ya r going to hell!!!!!

  • 9 Stefano May 15, 2008 at 2:27 am

    Wow, I seen that video on the internet a few years ago it IS real, its pretty sick, I feel really sorry for those dogs they are living creatures as well and they are some horrific inhumane experiments they are performing on them….

  • 10 mikac Jul 10, 2008 at 1:51 pm

    Solanum virus or how they call it is doing same thing with humans.

  • 11 Sonya Aug 10, 2008 at 9:23 am

    I hope not… what proof do you have of this Salanum virus?

  • 12 max Sep 10, 2008 at 10:01 pm

    i thought this was interesting would like to know more about it…

  • 13 Pvt Unknown Dec 7, 2008 at 3:03 am

    Being apart of the U.S. Army, i’ve seen some pretty messed up stuff, the Solanum Virus is a strand of mutated HIV virus, blood born, and HIGHLY contagious, it revives the nervous system of a animal, the exact science of it is still remaning Secret by U.S. juristiction, and certain parts of the Patriot’s Act.

    As i watched the video on this and studied it a couple times with other sources of reanimation of other organs, it is really possible to reanimate the brain, although, being dead and partially decaying/damaged, its going to have issues along with it, other words retardation, and other defects, it would be un-practical to do such a thing. The reason Communist Russia, China, is to create a biological weapon that would be difficult to kill and to disstil fear in opposing forces.

    Even though alot of you spoke of the Resident Evil, it would most likely not happen, like i said above the brain would be to damaged to actually do anything, like hunt the living and eat human flesh. such things are of science fiction.

    but i will say, this information is intresting, but also dangerous, thats why its been so hush hush.

  • 14 ColinP Dec 10, 2008 at 9:52 pm

    I thought the Solanum Virus was just made up?

  • 15 Pvt Unknown Dec 11, 2008 at 12:58 am

    the Solanum virus used in WWZ or in alot of stuff like actually bringing dead to life permanently, Solanum is a code word used by modern day scientist continueing the reanimation of cadavers, like stated above its a mutated virus, mutations with HIV (extremely contageious) and Rabies (psychoatic and ragefull behavior)

    although the exact science of it is still secret, leaks from certain members of certain parties of certain levels realesed it, where cant say, when? cant say, its just information.

    as Sam stated before, Solanum is a indiginous plant form, toxic in its state but bears often colorfull flowers,

    what a perfect codename isnt it?

  • 16 Your Darkest Desire Dec 28, 2008 at 9:19 am

    this…is pretty awesome. freaky? yes. but definatly facinating,as i am obviously not the only person to think so. it seems that if the cortex(front of the brain,effects factors such as impulse controll) were to decompose even slightly, if this were used on a human, the “animalistic” factor of a zombie would be present, leaving only primal instincts or homacidal habits in said zombie.

  • 17 AceVentura Mar 23, 2009 at 12:53 pm

    F*ckin bastard son of a bitch!!!!!!!!! try your mom next time!!! not an indefense puppie… :(

  • 18 Ian Mar 25, 2009 at 12:19 am

    Zombie virus’s and now this! Somethings in this world are meant to be kept secret and un-researched.

  • 19 Phil Apr 8, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    I’m laughing harder and harder with every comment. LMAO

    People first of all, Russia is not communist anymore, it separated from the USSR when it collapsed in 1991. RUSSIA IS A CAPITALIST COUNTRY.

    Now this whole thing about reanimation is mostly BULL SHIT. I KNOW, I’M A SCIENTIST.

    Once an organism dies there is irreversible damage done to the structural integrity of every cell. This is impossible to correct. The dogs that were used for this experimentation in the USSR were cooled intensively, so that the decaying process would be slowed down a lot. Once that happened the saline solution was passed through the circulatory system to decrease the chance of bacteria starting to grow on the dead animal. In just 3 hours the dog’s blood was pumped back into the system, since both blood and head were cooled and have the same genetic structure, the organism didn’t reject the blood and the dog survived. However, what they do not show is the extent of brain damage that this dog sustained.

    The problem with reanimaing a dead corpse is titanic. Once the body begins to decay all nerve channels, circulatory system, cognition is lost. Therefore, no matter how powerful a virus or spell is it physically cannot jump start a decaying corpse from the grave. There is damage beyond racognition, even though the corpse may have some form of human resemblance, it is in fact a molecular mush, once this occurs it is impossible to fix……the only possible way is time travel…..but thats another story.

    Using some form of pathogen, virus to seize complete control over a living person and turn the body of that living person into a weapon. That is entirely possible, however, the amount of processing power required for the virus would make it equal to all super computers in the world put together. THIS IS SIMPLY RIDICULOUSLY. We are now talking about an intelligent virus; and it would be odd if we people, who seemingly are the only ones with intelligence on this planet, did not detect such a smart virus by now.

    It is fact, that shortly after a person or any animal is diceased, total control of the body can be created as long as the nervous system hasn’t become to decay yet. However, once that happens you wont see a flesh hungry, savage monster, but more of a very dumb, puppet like body, which is very limited in its movements. So as soon as some sort of power is diconnected, the corpse would simply collapse to the ground and lie there until more power is supplied. THINK OF IT AS A REMOTE CONTROL CAR.

    However, creating a virus that could turn the brain or any other organ into some other type of tissue that would allow a dead body to rise, walk, feel a sense of hunger in order to be able to reenergise the virus that is host to the corpse; then even go as far as being able to distinguish the difference between its fellow zombies and living people and only attack people, then we’re looking at one smart Virus…….and there is a Nobel Prize waiting for whoever, can create such a bacteria/virus. There is as much difficulty in that as creating artificial intelligence….EXACTLEY THE SAME PRINCIPLE.

    So peopel before you panic, and run to your nearest gun store, think this through logically and stop reading the posts of other people in here, of whom 95% didn’t even finish high school.

  • 20 Sam Apr 9, 2009 at 10:48 pm

    Thanks for your comment Phil, I appreciate your input.

    Yes, I agree with you completely, this is what my research has indicated. It’s more or less obvious that aside from some electro-chemical-demon miracle, dead flesh isn’t going to get up and walk around, and a virus isn’t really going to command a human. However, virii and parasites can and do infect and turn insects and rats into zombie-like states, wherein they cause them to be self destructive. I’ve written about that extensively here:

    A human being is much more complicated than an insect, and if this strange phenomenon occured in us, it would probably be more of the same — driving us to prematurely kill ourselves, or in the instance of Toxoplasma Gondii, create more female babies.

    The most probable type of zombie would be similar to those in modern zombie films (which many purists hate), wherein the Z’s are referred to as Infected, and for good reason — they’ve been taken over by a maddening, overly aggressive form of rabies or exhibit similar symptoms. Often victims portrayed in this manner act irrational, exhibit very limited forms of communcation, move in an adrenaline infused state and can feel no pain.

    I’m not going to say there’s no reason not to panic, but unless aliens hide behind the moon like in the film “Maximum Overdrive”, dead and/or inanimate things will stay dead.

  • 21 Phil Apr 19, 2009 at 1:49 pm

    Sam I do agree with you to some extent.

    What you are referring to is a drug enduced catatonic state. The individual in question may be unconscious, and the very basic instincts and drives take over, even if it means completely endangering oneself. However, that doesn’t mean that the unconscious person would tear helpless victims to pieces to peices to increase its calory intake. It would be otherwise; since a lot of the processing centres of the brain and body are shut down, less enegry is required to power the remaining, operational parts of the body, therefore you are likely to see a decrease in apetite.

    You are right, the difference between insects and humans is titanic, our DNA does differ significantly. This means that due to our complexity, the parasite that infects insects would not be able to intrude into a human body, simply due to our immense defence mechanisms (immune system) and the fact that the parasite would find it extremely difficult to intrude and to alter our already crammed DNA molecule.

    Rabies is a little bit different. This virus changes the brain chemistry, as well as the neural activity of the brain, making the subject overly aggresive. However, evidence suggests, that patients that were in question did not distinguish between people, animals, insects, rocks or air. They would simply attack anything in existence due to their nervous system being in overdrive. Therefore, if a super rabies virus was ever created, it wouldn’t be a problem, as the infected would simply tear each other apart. I guess this would happen due to the fact that regular people would be hiding and out of harms way. So the only pray around would be the other infected individuals.

    The closest thing that we’ve ever had to movie like zombies, is a drug enduced hypnosis of victims in the carabeans. Voodoo priests would extract the venom out of poisonous fish (which i forget the name of) and would administer it to the people in question. Once under the influence of the drug, the people could follow basic commands, which included cultivation of farms. This is really more of a hypnotised slave.

    This topic is interesting, however, i do not think that we would ever see anything that we do on the big screen. I dont know about everyone else, but i personally wouldn’t want to see civilisation collapse and the people that i care about, be torn to shreds.

  • 22 wesker Jun 15, 2009 at 5:44 am

    i do believe in this part…how the human head? i mean a video of reanimating a dead human head,,,you have..????

    i’m just wanted to know if the zombies are really exist in some kind of government experiment…maybe this time the laboratory for zombies experiment is real…bec. they have the dog,they also have the human…they just keeping it as a secret..i wish i’m gonna see that someday in this site…

  • 23 logan Jun 17, 2009 at 2:17 am

    THAT FUCKING MAKES ME SICK!!!!! WHAT FUCKED UP PEOPLE WOULD DO THAT? THAT IS MESSED UP!zombie dog. references to stalker and wolfenstein. first fo all, those dogs in stalker werent’t zombies. they were descendents of dogsa that had been affected by mutation. they were still dogs, they were just blind as hell and mustated NOT ZOMBIES, by my standards thye aren’t reanimated crazy things. very terratorial, like a badly trained doberman or rottweiler and very histile. but that dog reanimation shit is very, very fucked up.

  • 24 travis Aug 3, 2009 at 5:44 am

    This is some wicked weird stuff going down. I have researched it and it is most certanly real. All the research is documented. This stuff is happining in our country. I am in the process of writing a horror novel with zombies and was looking for possible ways to create a zombie that hasn’t been done then redone ans done some more, this site among others has been very helpful to say the least.

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  • 26 Skarrlette Aug 10, 2009 at 8:56 am

    has anyone actuly taken the time to look up Solanum ? and not just take information from zombie affiliated sites? it is a type of plant that bears fruit that is usualy poisonous to humans,but some of them arent. some types of those plants that are not poisnous to humans is TOMATOS, EGGPLANT, and POTATOES. and i know that ive managed to eat all three of these and not turn into a zombie.

  • 27 Dr. Ned Nov 26, 2009 at 12:10 am

    solanum is a plant related virus.. and what they are doing here is experimentation with pumping blood through the body and keeping an electric current through the nerves.. so there is no virus here.. yet but none the less ive just recently been researching “zombies” and corpse reanimation. and this site so far has to be the most legitimate resource for what im looking for. though crazy,un-godly, and satanic… this is some quite remarkable work

  • 28 GEODUNCE Jan 11, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    whats with all the retards here saying WHY WOULD THEY DO THAT it clearly says that the dogs were ALREADY DEAD YOU TARDS
    and even if they manage to reanimate a human why is he gonna try and eat everyone and how is he gonna pass on a virus
    it just isnt plausible
    but seriously i cant wait till the zombie invasion happens
    rabies and iron deficancy is all it takes

  • 29 Ross Apr 8, 2010 at 11:04 pm

    Whoever came up with this idea is f’d up. There could be an outbreak. Plus i think it would hurt anything to be in a condition with no body but still living. I hope you burn in hell, you deserve it.

  • 30 confidential Jun 2, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    its already been done. (years ago before the turn of the millenium) Both the AI Virus (not the real name) and complete reanimation of a human beining with full memory, cognition, gross and fine motor control, personality and psychiatric and emotions compleatly intact. My network information is not real. and under U.S Govermeant Juristriction i am not allowed to say who i am. But this is the truth they dont want you to know. The Reanimated are used as gov agents and for total cloning purposes.

  • 31 carlos Jul 3, 2010 at 11:49 pm

    this is horrible. if man goes to human experimentation then all hell will break loose

  • 32 M.I.A. Aug 11, 2010 at 2:50 am

    Like what Pvt Unkown said, Solanum is just code. Solanum works by traveling through the bloodstream into the brain. Oh and it doesn’t bring people who are already dead back to life, as a stagnent bloodstream couldn’t transport the virus to the brain. As Max Brooks said “Solanum doesn’t create life, it alters it.”

  • 33 RobGnutz Nov 15, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Love your site man! Makes for a good story or plot.. Keep working as I am writing a good horror book called Year 1.. Your info rocks! Whether it be true or just opinionated, one thing is for sure – ITS DEFINITELY ENTERTAINING! ROB

  • 34 Zombie Hunter Sam Nov 15, 2010 at 5:00 pm

    Thanks, Rob.

  • 35 steve Mar 6, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    well the theory i was thinking of a strain of rabies is more plausible than this, but the only thing i want to say is in any of these cases it wouldn’t take destroying the brain to “kill” it, because with out oxygen ande blood your muscles lock up so you would need a heart in which case would have to beat, so just shooting a infected should kill them

  • 36 Heather V Apr 13, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Dude.. I am and have always been afraid of zombies. I watched Night of the living dead when I was a kid and haven’t been the same I love your page, thanks for the info <3 If it's ok, i'm going to cite your page for my school essay.

  • 37 Kevin Aug 17, 2011 at 4:04 am

    omg what bullspit is this i want the real blood thirsty brain chomping zombies, not this crap, oh wow so they reanimated severed dog heads, big whoop, go dig up a 10 year old dog and try it with that, plus for a “zombie outbreak”, we kinda dont need zombies that run off of freaking life support gimme a damn break ppl

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  • 39 izzy Jan 3, 2012 at 3:02 am

    reanimating the dead!? maybe they could bring my lover back~

  • 40 Cody Jan 4, 2012 at 7:54 am

    are u sick the re-animation proses could resuld in rage in humans and eventualy caniblism

  • 41 FriedBananas Jul 25, 2012 at 7:53 pm

    Altough I find the subject entertaining, I dont know if any of this is possible. I think for it to be an apocalyptic scenario there would have to be some type of extreme catastrophic event that would wipe out a large portion of the population. Like a meteor striking the earth or a super volcano errupting. Even then, the damage would have to be so severe that our nations infrastructer would be irrepairable and our military immobilized. Then maybe an ET bacteria/virus could spread or a current bacteria/virus could mutate due to the massive amount of elements in the atmosphere from the volcano and man made pollution. Either way, zombie remain a entertainment factor and nothing more. The meteor and super volcano seem more of a real threat than they do.

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