Google Maps user spots ‘zombie apocalypse’ in strange derelict building scene

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A Google Maps fan page on TikTok claims to have found the beginning of a zombie apocalypse inside a derelict building.

The account known as @googlemapsfun received over 20k likes on their video captioned "zombie attack???" where they zoom in on the building in Liverpool to show an aerial shot of a crumbling structure.

But when the user switches to Street View, Google's yellow man icon takes TikTok users inside the building where the walls are sprayed with the words 'Zombies are coming' and several bloodied men in ragged clothing who look like they've 'turned.'

Some fans were left shaking in their shoes at the sight as some users were concerned for the wellbeing of the camera operator.

One user said: "Doesn’t mean everyone died in that place right?"

Another wrote: "Google photographer going too far."

A third added: "OMG what happened?"

However, others believe it may be a movie or TV show Easter egg as Google Maps has been used to allow viewers into buildings showing a scene from an upcoming release.

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One user suggested it was related to the hit series, The Walking Dead, saying: "You can not find the place of the fear The Walking Dead."

Another simply wrote: "That's for a movie buddy."

In 2013, Google Maps users were able to enter the Doctor's Tardis on Earl's Court Road in London in an Easter egg for Matt Smith's regeneration – and it remains in place today.

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Fans can explore a full 360-degree view of the replica of the console room set designed by Doctor Who’s production designer Michael Pickwoad.

The room was revealed as the new home to the eleventh Doctor and "the impossible girl" Clara Oswald (played by Jenna Coleman) as they travel together through space and time.

However, the interior has continued to change throughout the show as it has adapted to each doctor but the 'Easter egg' remains the same.

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