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It was a gory scene on the streets of Lethbridge as the 10th annual Zombie Walk took place on Saturday, Oct. 14.
Local makeup artist and event organizer Katt Panic said she was thrilled with the turn-out and cant wait for next years event to be “eight times better.”
About 40 took part in this year’s event
Friends came out to celebrate the 10 annual zombie walk. But you know what they say, friends don't let friends eat bad brains. Jamie Dawn channeled her inner "Daryl" as she hunter for zombies. Zombies marched from Galt Gardens to City hall Saturday afternoon to celebrate the 2017 Zombie Walk. Kathrine Schmaltz (left) and Gina Favero (right) brave the cold Saturday afternoon at Galt Gardens to celebrate the 2017 Zombie Walk. Samuel Nordstrom takes a moment to appreciate all things dead in the park, even the leaves. Ashley Britton and Katt Panic make their way through the zombie filled streets to City Hall. Lethbridge College employee Ashley Britton gives her best zombie snarl. Brandon Nordstrom (back) fancied a light afternoon snack and decided to chow down on brother Samuel's brain. Zombies of all age's flooded the streets of Lethbridge. One young Zombie Hunter took on a group of the undead and one prehistoric beast in front of City Hall Saturday as part of the 2017 Zombie Walk. Families got together and made the Zombie Walk a bonding activity. Even if there was one zombie hunter in the mix. Richard Nordstrom dances to the classic zombie theme "Thriller." Three year-old Brooklyn Hill didn't let her zombification stop her from smiling sweetly. Ela Michielin braved the cold to show off her zombie ballerina outfit. Best friends Ashley Britton (left) and Katt Panic (right) bond over brains and beauty. Makeup artist Katt Panic puts final touches on walk captain Milo Smith before the walk begins. It wasn't only Human zombies that walked the streets. Prehistoric creatures were among the many who were in attendance. Milo Smith led the zombies from Galt Gardens to City Hall as the walk captain. Prisoner Missy Cooper growls and grunts in all her zombie glory. Lindsay Winter stomps her way to City Hall in her poison ivy zombie duds. What a fun date! You know what they say, those that eat brains together stay together. Missy Cooper shows off her favourite zombie prop. Rachana Muley (left) and Sen Kumar (right) celebrate their first Halloween by becoming zombies. The herd begins their trek to City Hall. Tanya Plonka (left), Missy Cooper (center), Lindsay Winter (right) and Richard Nordstrom (back) make their way from Galt Gardens to City Hall as part of the 2017 Zombie Walk Saturday Afternoon. Zombie of all ages took over Galt Gardens Saturday afternoon for the 2017 Zombie Walk. Kaydence Jolley brough her evil doll along to join in the fun. Sen Kumar (left), Rachana Muley, Sam Ross and Luna Delaney (right) make their way back to Galt Gardens after walking to City Hall. Angel Wishnowski loved her zombie look and can't wait to join the event again next year. The zombies' old chum Dracula showed up to lend her support to the gruesome event. Zombie Walk organizer Katt Panic (centre) poses for a selfie with friends Ashley Britton (right) and Colby Watt, Saturday at Galt Gardens.
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