Cardinals Vs. Zombies Paranormal-Scope

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Cardinals are very hardy birds. They choose to winter in the north where I live. What is lesser known is the effect cardinals have on zombies.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

Cardinals don’t like how zombies stare. Zombies spotting cardinals usually turn and run or stagger fast. Cardinals will go after their eyes. Be aware that appearances can deceive.

Hanging red clothes on a clothesline will frighten zombies away. They have a dreaded fear of the little red birds. Don’t underestimate anyone. Not even someone small.

Cardinals will track zombies in the snow and sing to them. The zombies hold their heads in pain unappreciative of the music. Respect that everyone has different tastes.

Hanging a stained glass suncatcher of a cardinal in your window will protect your house. It’s the little things that can make a difference in decor. Red does brighten up the room.

When a confused zombie goes after the birdseed in a feeder, he or she is in for a hard time. People like cardinals are territorial, especially at work. Don’t step on any toes this week.

When zombies sleep they make a gurgling sound, which can attract cardinals. When they wake they are surrounded by the little red birds which cause them to run in panic. Never panic! It may only be the birds. (Homage to Hitchcock.)

One zombie made the terrible mistake of wearing a straw hat. Cardinals descended on that warm perch. Poor zombie.  Wear simple seasonal clothes this week. Don’t make a fashion faux pas.

Zombies have been known to avoid parks, where cardinals dwell. Enjoy nature and get outside more for walks.

Zombies visiting a garden center became transfixed by the many suncatchers with cardinals on them. Buy a new item to make your home shine. May I suggest a cardinal suncatcher?

Zombies are confused by zombie statutes that have cardinals on their heads. They stare for hours. Time to visit an art show or museum. Staring is peaceful for the brain.

One zombie watching cardinals at a feeder began hopping instead of staggering. Consider a new exercise, yoga, or dance class. As always ask your physician first.

A zombie surrounded by cardinals stood perfectly still hoping they would go away. More came to perch on the new zombie statute. Time heals wounds, so don’t worry.

Final Score:  Cardinals 12 – Zombies 0

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