Zombies on Attack: A Look at Raleigh’s Tenth-Annual Zombie Walk

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If you were in downtown Raleigh Saturday evening, chances are you saw a zombie or two dancing to “Thriller” in Moore Square Park. And you likely saw a zombie family roaming around Hargett Street or up Fayetteville toward the State Capitol, all in search of the same thing—brains.

The tenth-annual Raleigh Zombie Walk once again filled the streets with gruesome families and friends. Screams of horror filled the air as the undead made their way around town, ending with a party of more booze than brains at Raleigh’s London Bridge Pub. We followed along.

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A zombie family, ready to parade

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The zombies congregating in Moore Square Park

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The zombie baby

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A surprised zombie

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A fatal zombie wound

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The cat lady, zombified

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A zombie attacks.

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A march on the Capitol

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On attack, near the Capitol

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Saving the state

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A zombie watcher, thoroughly glad they seem to have little taste for poultry

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Zombies party.

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And some more zombies party.

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Needs more brains.

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