Everybody panic, we’re all going to die:

John Hafernik told a meeting of Vermont beekeepers on Tuesday that a fly attaches itself to the bee and injects its eggs, which grow inside the bee. Hafernik says this is presumed to cause neurological damage resulting in erratic, jerky movement and night activity, “like a zombie.”

Beekeeper Anthony Cantrell says he discovered zombie bees in his hive in October. Hafernik says they’re the first zombie bees identified on the East coast as well as in Vermont.

Little known fact about moi: I HATE bees. They attack in three dimensions and I HATE, LOATH, WISH THEM ALL DEATH, HATE them. And, now they’ll start attacking at night. . . .