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Vancouver Zombie Walk 2012

On August 18, 2012 the infection spreads again as the undead hordes shamble through Vancouver in search of brains. The annual Zombie Walk has been going on for years and each year gets bigger and bigger. Photos by Gord Gallagher.







































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