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We're sure that more than a handful of our readers have gone through the unfortunate experience of hitting or running over an animal on the road. Whether it's a dog, a cat or even a rat, ending a harmless creature's life is something we all try to avoid entirely. Unfortunately, that isn't always possible, especially when they suddenly dart across the road in the middle of the night.

Okay, so maybe it isn't as big of a deal for some people as we're making it out to be. In most cases, a collision with an animal is nothing a little detailing can't fix. But what if your victims could talk? Or worse, jump onto your hood to dance their tail off. Now we're not entirely sure what message this new Bosch video is trying to convey. Honestly, we don't know if they're trying to make us feel guilty or scare the pants off us.

The video, entitled Stop The Road Kill, shows images of dead stop-motion animals coming back to life to a disco beat to perform a song-and-dance number. It even begins with a Thriller-like narration for an intro. It's a little morbid, but we have to commend the catchy tune. "It was a soccer mom who conquered me--a carpool killer in an SUV." We just have to give props to whoever wrote this stuff.

The video's message sticks, but it's also the stuff nightmares are made of. As if we didn't have enough reasons to be scared on the road--killer trucks, flying rocks and pitch-black roads--now we have to watch our backs for undead road kill, too. Thanks a lot, Bosch.


Drei Laurel
Online Editorial Assistant
Drei's passion for driving began not behind the wheel of a car, but in front of a keyboard and computer screen, playing 'Need For Speed' for hours on end with his twin brother.
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