To start off, I want to say Thank You to all of the locals who welcomed us with signs around the area and discounted deals in their stores. You guys rock!
|The Welcoming Demon|
Before the walk even started, they had a Thriller dance that was done by zombie volunteers who actually took lessons starting in September. If you’re interested in joining them, I would recommend checking them out for next year. Inside the Paramount Theater was a set-up of the Undead Festival, where you could meet with famous zombie writers and artists, professional make-up artists that could do a zombie look for you for a small fee, and lots of vendors.
The walk started at 5 PM, with mobs of people on both sides trying to snap pictures, the walking dead crew filming some action shots and professional photographers galore. It seriously did look like the dead had awakened and were walking through town. At this point my feet weren’t hurting too bad. It was the walk back when my feet were killing me! Yes, my feet hurt but what can a girl do? When it goes with the outfit, it goes with the outfit.
|'Gimme gimme gimme!'|
|Bagpipe zombie family|
So will I go back for another year of the gore, screams, and my feet crying out in pain? The answer is…YES! Not every day can your scream out BRAINS and not get looked at like you’re crazy.
Brains… brains… BRAINS!
|How NOT to be a|
|Creepy-ass Clown zombie|
|Damn shame what they did to that dog|
|Cute little Dorothy zombie|
|TWO creative zombie costumes|
|Melty face zombie|
|Gooey zombie stew|
|Me outside Paranormal NJ, a cool|
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