Saturday, October 25, 2014

#Toronto Zombies walk again

The undead torment #Toronto as the Halloween Parade and @TOZombieWalk ghouls fill Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The gathering started around noon as shuffling groups of zombies begin to smell brains at City Hall and photographers began to smell photo opportunities.
Vender booths and sponsors are helping to keep the walk of the undead alive as financial issues almost benched this years march. This Zombie Walk is in support of the Canadian Wildlife Federation's Save the Bats campaign Heart and Stroke Foundation and celebrates the 12th annual spooky event which started as a tiny walk of seven people in 2003 and now has grown to thousands. The Halloween Parade and Zombie Walk is scheduled to leave City Hall at 3pm.



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2 comments:

Cory Mark said...

Some great pictures here! One note though, this year the Walk was in support of the Canadian Wildlife Federation's Save the Bats campaign, not the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

James Hamilton said...

Sorry, the zombie walk website said 2014 information but the link apparently still has the 2013 info. Thanks, James.

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