The 2013 edition of Toronto's annual zombie walk was grotesque—which is just how we like it.
Every year, a little before Halloween, zombies run loose on Toronto’s streets. This is generally considered to be a good thing.
The annual Toronto Zombie Walk, which benefits the Heart and Stroke Foundation (appropriate, considering the fact that the event’s elaborate, creepy costumes seem like they could definitely aggravate a heart condition), celebrated its 11th edition on Saturday. As usual, participants used pounds upon pounds of makeup to make themselves look as undead as possible, then marched through the downtown core. This year’s walk began and ended at Nathan Phillips Square.
For a look at some of the 2013 Toronto Zombie Walk’s weirdest costumes, click through the image gallery. All the photos were taken by contributors to the Torontoist Flickr Pool.