CNN News NY and Time Magazine have reported that a clerical error has mistakenly added more than 20,000 noncombatant deaths to the toll of U.S. dead in the Korean War.
TheSpoof.com reporters have followed up on this report and found that those mistaken to be dead have been rising from the dead in time for this year's arrival of the Easter Bunny.
John Q. Publichouse is said to have walked into his home alive and well after his loved ones thought he had died in Korea in '52. Fortunately they were serving his favorite leg of lamb that day and he joined his Mormon family, including his wife's new husband almost as if nothing had happened.
Army Nurse Priscilla Wetpuss did not have the same luck. She had written a Dear John letter just before her misreported unfortunate demise and so she returned from the grave to find a bitter old drunk of a husband who still wished her dead every night of his life before drinking himself dead drunk to sleep. Husband Luscious Wetpuss thought she was a burglar about to steal his whiskey and killed the resurrected nurse in front of the liquor cabinet in the parlor with a candle stick.
Countless other tales of the newly risen Korean War dead remain to be told and knowing the desperation of TheSpoof.com reporters they probably will ...be...told.