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article imagePlague hits thousands as zombies march the streets of Toronto Special

By Andrew Moran     Oct 23, 2010 in World
Toronto - Thousands of bloody, rotting corpses took over the streets of Toronto as the annual walk of the undead continued into its eighth year. The zombies commenced at the Trinity Bellwoods Park, marched to the streets and ended at Christie Pits.
Under gloomy skies and among the blood-thirsty, brain-eating dead, thousands of zombies took to the streets of downtown Toronto on Saturday as part of the 8th annual Toronto Zombie Walk to celebrate the world of zombies.
More than 5,000 zombies first gathered at Trinity Bellwoods Park and then marched to Christie Pits in the western part of the city. The walking corpses provided a lot of entertainment for the residents on Dundas Street West as the zombies made ambiguous noises, ate various body parts and dragged their way to the park.
Numerous individuals and an organization in the Greater Toronto Area helped fund the event, including Henry’s. Meanwhile, companies like Scream Works, Crypt Club Productions Inc., Love Poetry Corsets and Schizophrenic Records provided hearts, organs and blood.
The annual event first began in 2003 one week before Halloween. “The plague” began to stretch to Ottawa, Vancouver, New York, Melbourne and various other cities across the globe: “We trust zombies will have eaten lots of brains and therefore have common sense.”
After the march, the dead dragged their decomposed bodies to the Bloor Cinema to enjoy a 35mm print of the hit zombie film “Return of the Living Dead.” Succeeding the film was a trip to the Bovine Sex Club on Queen Street West.
Toronto: Zombie walk.
Toronto: Zombie walk.
Toronto: Zombie walk.
Toronto: Zombie walk.
Sign making fun of Toronto mayoral candidate  Rob Ford.
Sign making fun of Toronto mayoral candidate, Rob Ford.
Zombies hitting the windows of a streetcar/tram.
Zombies hitting the windows of a streetcar/tram.
Garbage eating zombie.
Garbage eating zombie.
Anti-zombie protestors.
Anti-zombie protestors.
Zombies at McDonald s.
Zombies at McDonald's.
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