Raccoons acting like zombies in Youngstown... read this eyewitness account:
Robert Coggeshall was with his dogs outside his home last week when, as he tells it, a raccoon headed towards them. He immediately rushed the the dogs indoors and snapped photos of the furry creature.
“He would stand up on his hind legs, which I’ve never seen a raccoon do before, and he would show his teeth and then he would fall over backward and go into almost a comatose condition,” Coggeshall recalled.
The raccoon Coggeshall encountered and 14 others police responded to were reportedly euthanized.