Crabs on the Rampage by Guy N. SmithThe fourth volume in the epic story of giant, evil crabs with impenetrable exoskeletons and mean, beady little eyes, this is definitely canon material. Some of the highlights so far:
Blood spouted from the wrist stump, a scarlet salute to the king of the crabs, rich wine spurting into the wizened, lusting face.
I know, right? How about this:
Panicking, tugging at the sash, slamming it hard. Glass splintered and fell tinkling on both sides of the window, an eerie frightening noise that seemed to say You cant keep the tidal wave out now, Mollie, because the windows broken.
In other words, the sound of the window breaking seemed to be saying The window is broken.
But this might be the very finest quote so far:
Ever since weve been married, our whole life seems to be dominated by these damned crabs!
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The bacteria affected people with underlying conditions who ate or handled crabs from the Delaware Bay. A flesh-eating bacteria has made its way up the coast to the Delaware Bay, possibly thanks to increasingly warm water temperatures, researchers warn in a new study. Vibrio vulnificus is typically found in the warm waters of the Gulf Coast, as it lives in temperatures above 55 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a study by New Jersey researchers published Tuesday in the Annals of Internal Medicine. All of the patients who contracted vibrio vulnificus also had existing conditions, according to the study, and the Centers for Disease Control says those with compromised immune systems, like those with chronic liver disease, are most at risk. Of the five patients, there was one fatality, a year-old man who contracted an infection after cleaning Delaware Bay crabs with his hands, according to CBS News. Other injuries include a man who had all four limbs amputated after eating a dozen crabs, and a man who became infected after he cut his leg on a crab trap. There was just one case of infection in the area from , according to CNN.