An explosion of recent zombie films has spawned annual Halloween zombie-costume parades in many major cities. Take a stroll with the undead in these unbelievable Zombie Walks.
A participant in Toronto’s annual Zombie Walk enjoys a tasty hand sandwich. This year the walking dead attempted to break a world record and learn to save a life with CPR training by the Heart and Stroke Foundation. As they put it, “zombies need to plan for the future too!”
The West End Village is flooded with the undead on “World Zombie Day.” Free to the public, zombies were asked to donate non-perishable food items for the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank. In 2007, Pittsburgh had a Guinness World Record-breaking attendance of 1,028 attendants.
An innocent “victim” is set upon by bloodthirsty zombies during San Francisco’s annual zombie walk. Each year the community has one goal: “Absolute zombie domination.”
These zombie walkers in Chicago’s annual parade seem pretty cheerful for undead people. Over the summer, the fifth annual zombie march took place in Millenium Park starting at The Bean.
“World Zombie Day” takes place every October in Detroit’s Greektown neighborhood. The fifth annual Walk Against Hunger returns to Grant Park in Royal Oak, thanks to the “bloody-the-lawn-all-you-want” policy.
For the Brits, celebrating World Zombie Day takes place in the form of a pub crawl through central London ending with a midnight screening of “Shaun of the Dead” at the Leicester Square theater.
This handsome couple found true zombie love at Philadelphia’s 2009 zombie walk. Looks like they should be vying for the title of Zombie King and Queen at the annual Halloween prom.
Seattle’s annual zombie walk has become one of the world’s largest, with over 2,405 participating in the Fremont flash mob this past July.
Sponsored by Jack Daniels, this event has become a highlight of the Stiges Film Festival in Spain.
Zombie walks have become a worldwide phenomenon. The Swedish capital’s streets are flooded with blood and guts during the annual zombie walk.
Mexico City broke the world record for the largest zombie gathering in 2011, when Guinness officially counted 9,806 participants, surpassing the previous record-holder Asbury Park, NJ.
“Rise and walk” to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the apocalypse in Asbury Park, NJ. Since its inception in 2008, the event has nearly tripled in size.
Trying to top past success, this year’s event will be a Zombie Festival in Victoria Park in Spring Hill, Queensland and hopes to raise more than $24,000 for Brain Foundation.