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'Zombie Walk’ Gathers Spirits in Mexico City

by Nancy Needhima on November 29, 2011 at 11:19 PM
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'Zombie Walk’ Gathers Spirits in Mexico City

Attired in zombie costume, just about 10,000 people strolled in Mexico's capital for a "Zombie Walk," breaking the Guinness record for the most massive gathering of undead, organizers expressed.

The more than 9,600 participants gathered at Mexico City's Monument to the Revolution on Saturday, with blood on their faces and burnt or torn clothing, before marching silently to Zocalo square.

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Guinness World Records currently recognizes the October 30, 2010 "New Jersey Zombie Walk" in Asbury Park, New Jersey, as the record holder. But a group from Brisbane, Australia is also seeking Guinness recognition for gathering 8,000 people there last month.

Source: AFP
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