Zombie Walk With Us
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Zombie Walk With Us

Our photographers joined the undead hordes on Saturday for Toronto's ninth annual Zombie Walk.

Let’s be honest: zombies don’t really walk. They lurch, they stumble, they stagger. Those who’ve lost their legs army-crawl along, dragging their stumps and leaving two zig-zagging trails of blood in their wake. At least that’s what we’ve gleaned from watching enough zombie flicks and episodes of The Walking Dead to be sort-of experts. But, however they travel, zombies en masse and on the move make for a glorious gory spectacle.

On Saturday at 3 p.m., an estimated 7,000 of the aspiring undead gathered at Trinity Bellwoods Park for the ninth annual Toronto Zombie Walk, before moaning and groaning their way along a five-kilometre route east on Queen, north on Spadina, and west on Dundas back to the park. This year, two of them even got married: Toronto Zombie Walk founder Thea Munster and one of its organizers, Adam Pearson, vowed to spend the rest of their un-lives together. Aww.