# Why did Shane go crazy in The Walking Dead?

## Why did Shane go crazy in The Walking Dead?

He knew that Rick and Lori were having problems, so Shane felt he could be more of what she wanted. That contributed to his craziness. The comics hint that Shane always loved Lori. The zombie apocalypse traumatized him because it made him realize he was alone.

## How did everyone get the virus in walking dead?

Now creator Robert Kirkman has revealed how that happened. The writer of the comic of The Walking Dead and longtime producer of the AMC TV show said the zombie outbreak occurred because of a "space spore" when asked on Twitter, which is likely another homage to the godfather of the zombie-horror genre George A. Romero.

## What caused people to turn into walkers?

An airborne virus In the first season of The Walking Dead, we learned that every human on Earth has the virus lying dormant in their system, ready to turn them into a walker the moment they die. Some have taken this to mean that all of humanity was infected simultaneously, possibly through an airborne contaminant.

## Why did Shane turn Rick?

Shane developed a habit, early on, of being Rick's friend but disagreeing with him on almost everything. As the group, previously under Shane's leadership, began to turn naturally to Rick because of his ability to keep them safe, Shane became more transparent.

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## How much money is a 5 gallon bucket of pennies?

To max out the number of pennies, melt them. That way if you can fit 18.927 / 0.00036 or 52,575 pennies (\$525.75) in a 5 gallon bucket.

## How much does a pound of pennies add up to?

Wheat Back CentsWeight NewNumber Per PoundMemorial Back CentsWeight NewNumber Per Pound1959 - 19623.11 grams~145 per pound1962 - 1982*3.11 grams~145 per pound1982* - 2008+2.5 grams~181 per pound

## What happens to the coins in it's a small world?

If you look in the moat when riding it's a small world, you can see coins laying at the bottom. Cast Members at Walt Disney World Resorts regularly collect coins from all of the fountains and water features. After, they clean them. They save them up and once a year they are donated to a non-profit organization.