Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid! Hundreds Descend On Central London For World Zombie Day Walk Through The Capital
Headless corpses, missing limbs and rotting flesh were just some of the ghoulish sights seen on London streets for an annual zombie march through the city. Hoards of people stepped out in their best un-dead garbs to traipse through the capital for London’s 12th World Zombie Day event.
According to it’s website, the march aimed ‘to “bite back” against hunger and homelessness’ by raising money for charity City Harvest London. The charity collects any extra food, that would otherwise go to waste, from different areas of the food industry.
They then drop off the food at various organisations that feed vulnerable people. These include homeless shelters, soup kitchens and women’s refuges. World Zombie day was first held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 2006 and Monroeville Mall – where Dawn of the Dead was filmed – was its original home.
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