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ZomBcall is offering Morgan Freeman, host of The Science Channel's, "Wormhole," a complimentary ZomBcall zombie vocalizer toy in response to his Huffington Post interview.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
The creators of the ZomBcall zombie vocalizer toy are publicly offering the host of The Science Channels Wormhole celebrity, Morgan Freeman, a complimentary ZomBcall zombie sound vocalizer in response to Mr. Freemans June 25th interview with the Huffington Post.
"We may already be in the midst of a growing zombie apocalypse. What is a zombie? A zombie is a creature that's controlled outside of its own mind and really not controlled by itself, as if under the power of some other force," Morgan Freeman, host of Science Channel's "Through the Wormhole" series, told The Huffington Post.
In the episode, Zombie Rage, of the Science Channels Wormhole, Morgan Freeman examines how new types of viruses attack humans and explores how a hypothetical zombie apocalypse might take place.
When we read Morgan Freemans quote, we realized that he needed his own ZomBcall zombie vocalizer toy. That is why we are committed to providing him one free of charge once our Kickstarter campaign is successfully funded, says Christopher Oliver, co-founder of ZomBcall.com and co-inventor of the ZomBcall zombie vocalizer toy currently funding on Kickstarter.com.
The ZomBcall Kickstarter campaign lasts through July 27, 2014. For more information about ZomBcall, visit their website at zombcall.com.
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