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Photo gallery: Halifax Zombie Walk

Close to 200 people dressed up as zombies to parade through Halifax in the annual Zombie Walk on Sunday.

Walking though key Halifax landmarks like the public gardens, Spring Garden Road and Grand Parade, zombies interacted with unsuspecting pedestrians, who looked on in amusement and took the opportunity for photos with some of the well-dressed brain hunters.

Metro Halifax photographer Jeff Harper was on hand and captured the following images.

Photo Gallery

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    Zombies cross Barrington Street during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Zombies head out of the Garrison Grounds to start the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Zombies cross the road at Sackville Street during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Two zombies take a break at Grand Parade during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Zombies head down Barrington Street during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Zombies crash up against the gate of Grand Parade during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Zombies gather at Grand Parade during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    A zombie walks past people eating pizza at pizza corner during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    A zombie peaks in the window of the Second Cup during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    A zombie eats some brains during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    Zombies at the annual Halifax walk.

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    A dog runs with a leg in his mouth during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    A zombie crashes against the gate of Public Gardens during the start of the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    A zombie poses for a photo in Public Gardens during the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.

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    A zombie couple take photos with a phone at the start of the annual Halifax Zombie Walk.