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Zombies Take Over Hollywood!

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If you happened to be around Hollywood & Highland on Saturday evening, you may have encountered a spooky sight: Zombies! Organized by fans of the genre, a "Zombiewalk" took place this weekend, which found a band of bloody, creepy, blank-faced undead Angelenos making use of the public transit system and taking a stroll through the heart of Hollywood to celebrate all that is zombie.

Several participants also had their cameras ready to capture the shenanigans; a sampling of the blood-spattered caravan made its way into our LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr, and one of the photogs assembled a video montage of images from the event (after the jump).

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