Toronto survives Zombie Walk, brains and all

by | Oct 22, 2012 | News

By Kaitie Fraser and Neetu Thind
Photos by Sarah Rix

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It isn’t often that zombies are seen holding cups of coffee and talking on smartphones, but in downtown Toronto, the living dead are more urbanized.

The scene looked straight out of a horror film on Saturday as Toronto’s 10th annual Zombie Walk drew about 7,000 people to Nathan Phillips Square.

Kaitie Fraser has the details.

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