The first time a speedy was seen, it was on I-95 South . . .
Sure-Fire was working undercover as a State Trooper when his radar gun caught a man running down the interstate at 32 miles-an-hour. (Most athletes can manage 23 mph, maybe 24 mph if they’re really good.)
Sure-Fire caught up to the runner, who seemed to be clawing at the air. His skin a sickly green.
The runner, wearing a
bio-hazard suit, lunges toward Sure-Fire -
who shoots in self defense.
The bullet hit the runner in the stomach. He fell to the ground, dead.
Moments later- As Sure-Fire calls for help, the dead man rises . . .