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Zombies Rise Again to Make Halloween a 'Thriller' Night

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If you were at LA Live on Halloween night, whether to see the Michael Jackson concert-documentary film This is It or just enjoy the evening out, you may have thought for a moment you'd stumbled onto the set of a horror film or a cemetery in full uproar thanks to the assembled dancers participating in yet another dance-along to the late pop icon's mega hit. Just one week earlier a record-breaking 22,923 people danced in 32 countries as part of the Thrill the World annual event; some of those performers were back among the undead to entertain the crowd at the Clippers game Saturday night.

LAist Featured Photos pool contributor R.E.˜ caught the dance and captured images of many of the performers, dressed in full zombie garb and eager to pose with spooky menace.

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