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Zombie Walk Saturday Night: Evening Stroll With the Undead in Pasadena

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Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 10:47 PM
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If you're looking for something weird to do this Saturday night, how about walking with the undead? Anthony Dalbis, who runs SoCal Zombie Walk, has organized another one, in Pasadena this time. It's holiday themed. Costume possibilities include: zombie elves, zombie reindeer, zombie Christmas presents, and undead snowmen.

The photos on this post are from the Zombie Walk this past April at the Fangoria convention. Read about it here.

When: 5 pm. December 12. Saturday.

Where: Meet at the north end of Central Park at E. Dayton St. (across from the castle apartments, which is located three blocks south of Colorado Blvd). The park is sandwiched between S. Fair Oaks Blvd and S. Raymond Ave. There are parking lots all around the area and on Colorado.

Why: There will be a toy drive, with proceeds benefiting Spark of Love Foundation, organized by the LA County Fire Dept.

Pasadena is looking to be pretty dead on Saturday night. Pretty damned dead. I'll see you there.

click to enlarge PHOTOS BY GENDY ALIMURUNG
  • Photos by Gendy Alimurung

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