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2010 HALLOWEEN'S HERE AGAIN

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« Reply #30 on: October 24, 2010, 12:59:41 pm »

Pet Sematary - Fun with Gage

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« Reply #31 on: October 24, 2010, 05:26:24 pm »



8TH ANNUAL TORONTO ZOMBIE WALK

On October 23rd the dead will rise for the 8th annual Toronto Zombie Walk!!

Last year nearly 6000 corpses writhed, weaved and lurched their way through the streets of Toronto feasting on those unlucky enough to be living.

This year The Toronto Zombie Walk starts at Trinity Bellwoods Park at 3pm!





Zombie walk sounds cool, I never heard about that tradition before, wonder how long it goes back.
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« Reply #32 on: October 24, 2010, 10:38:34 pm »

Hi Forms of Things Unknown,

This might help your in query on the very zombie first wiggle strut?

Keith

History

Zombified children participated in Edmonton's Zombie Walk, October 14, 2007.

The earliest zombie walk on record was held on August 19, 2001 in Sacramento, California.[6][7] The event, billed as "The Zombie Parade," was the brain-child of Bryna Lovig, who suggested it to the organizers of The Trash Film ****[8] as a way to promote their annual midnight film festival. It was held again on July 27, 2002 and has since become an annual event.[9]

The first zombie gathering run as a non-promotional event and billed as a "Zombie Walk" was held in October 2003, in Toronto, Ontario.[10] It was organized by local horror movie fan, Thea Munster, and had only six participants.[11] In subsequent years the Toronto Zombie Walk grew tremendously in size.[12][13] One of the first participants in the Toronto Zombie Walk, Heather McDermitt, moved to Vancouver, B.C. and spread the zombie walk tradition to that city.[14] On August 27, 2005 over 400 participants proceeded through Vancouver's Pacific Centre Mall, travelled on the SkyTrain (referred to for the event as the "SkyBrain" or the "BrainTrain") and continued 35 blocks to Mountain View Cemetery.[15]

The mid to late 2000's saw an exponential gain in popularity for zombie walks due largely to the increase of successful zombie films at the time, the Resident Evil movies, 28 Days Later, Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, George A. Romero's Land of the Dead, and Zombieland being a few examples. Documentation of the phenomenon appeared in mainstream news media[16] and blogs, such as Boingboing. Zombie walks soon spread across North America and to cities around the globe.

On October 15, 2005, the first annual Zombie Pub Crawl was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The event consisted of roughly 100-150 zombie-costumed participants moving from bar to bar in the city's Northeast district. It has since grown and been continued annually in different areas of the city.[17] Inspired by Minneapolis, many other cities have started zombie-themed pub crawls of their own, including Chicago[18] and Philadelphia.[19] Philadelphia's zombie pub crawl is held on Easter Sunday in celebration of the world's "most famous zombie." Philadelphia also hosts an annual Zombie Prom in September and a Zombie Beach Party in June.[citation needed]
Zombified gamers involved in the Epic Zombie Lurch.

On October 29, 2006, 894 "zombie walkers" gathered at the Monroeville Mall outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which served as the set of George A. Romero's classic zombie film Dawn of the Dead, to participate in Pittsburgh's first annual 'Walk of the Dead.'[20] In addition to setting a Guinness World Record, the event was a benefit for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Pittsburgh's zombie walk has since grown into a annual horror convention called Zombie Fest. Zombie Fest is organized by The It's Alive Show, a local Pittsburgh late night horror and science fiction television program.[21] The festival plays host to the annual 'Walk of the Dead' at Monroeville Mall as well as a zombie ball, costume contest, concerts, and celebrity guest appearances. Zombie Fest also serves as the headquarters of The It's Alive Show's World Zombie Day, a world hunger charity event.[22] However, the 2010 Zombie Fest was not held at Monroeville Mall, due to concerns by the mall owners and shops about the size of the crowd. Instead, the event was held in Downtown Pittsburgh's Market Square.

On Halloween weekend in 2007, the Viking Hats group put together the largest zombie pub crawl in London.[citation needed] London's Zombie Pub Crawl is now an annual Halloween weekend event.[citation needed]

On November 14, 2009, a zombie lurch protest, called the 'Epic Zombie Lurch,' was held in Sydney, Australia.[23][unreliable source?] The lurch was organized by local video gamers in protest of the lack of an R18+ rating for video games in Australia, which had resulted in the initial rejection of the game Left 4 Dead 2 (although the game was later released in an edited form).[citation needed] The march started in Hyde Park and went around the Sydney central business district area before finishing at Town Hall for a public forum of people's opinions on the lack of the rating. It is estimated that roughly 170 people were in attendance.[citation needed] The walk was repeated on March 27, with about 500 people this time estimated to be in attendance.[24]
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« Reply #33 on: October 29, 2010, 06:56:48 pm »



This girl in the pic reminds me of my little niece
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« Reply #34 on: October 29, 2010, 06:59:10 pm »

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« Reply #35 on: October 29, 2010, 08:50:07 pm »



HauntedHouseOnline.com Ranks America's Best Haunted Houses
Sat, October 16, 2010
HauntWorld Magazine Announces the Scariest Haunted Attractions of 2010
 

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hauntworld Magazine (www.hauntworld.com), the Halloween and haunt industry’s leading trade publication, has announced this year’s top haunted attractions in the United States, including the Top 13 and 31 Haunted Attractions. The attractions were selected due to their high-quality special effects, passion for detail and overall “scare factor”.

    “They provide a sense of exhilaration that can only be experienced from these live action attractions.”

“These haunts are a full-fledged scare fest, with behind the scenes teams comprised of master Hollywood special effects technicians, makeup artists, set designers and very talented actors,” said Larry Kirchner, Editor-in-Chief of Hauntworld Magazine. “They provide a sense of exhilaration that can only be experienced from these live action attractions.”

Top Haunted Attractions: 2010
 

1. Netherworld Haunted House – Atlanta, www.fearworld.com

2. Bates Motel / Pennhurst Asylum – Philadelphia, www.thebatesmotel.com www.pennhurstasylum.com

3. The Darkness Haunted House – St. Louis, Missouri, www.scarefest.com

4. 13th Gate Haunted House – Baton Rouge, Louisiana, www.midnightproduction.com

5. Headless Horseman – Ulster Park, New York, www.headlesshorseman.com.

6. The Beast – Kansas City, Missouri, www.kcbeast.com

7. Spookywoods - High Point, North Carolina, www.spookywoods.com

8. Erebus Haunted House - Pontiac, Michigan, www.hauntedpontiac.com

9. House of Torment – Austin, Texas, www.houseoftorment.com.

10. Cutting Edge Haunted House - Fort Worth, Texas www.CuttingEdgeHauntedHouse.com.

11. The 13th Floor Haunted House - Denver, www.getscared.com.

12. Dent Schoolhouse – Cincinnati, Ohio, www.frightsite.com.

13. Nightmare on the Bayou - Houston, Texas, www.nightmareonthebayou.com.
 

The List Doesn't End There... 14th through 31st listed below: There ARE 31 days in October.
 

14. Jason’s Woods, Lancaster, Pennsylvania www.jasonswoods.com

15. Field of Screams, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, www.fieldofscreams.com

16. Hundred Acres Manor, Pittsburgh, www.hundredacresmanor.com

17. Bennett's Curse, Baltimore, www.bennettscurse.com

18. Creepyworld, St. Louis, Missouri www.scarefest.com

19. Terror Behind The Walls, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, www.easternstate.org

20. Atrox Factory, Leeds, Alabama www.atroxfactory.com

21. Bayville Screampark, Long Island, New York, www.bayvillescreampark.com

22. Dead Acres, Pataskala, Ohio, www.deadacres.com

23. Haunted Schoolhouse and Lab, Akron, Ohio, www.hshlab.com

24. Fright Kingdom, Nashua, New Hampshire, www.frightkingdom.com

25. Haunted Overload, Lee, New Hampshire, www.hauntedoverload.com

26. Nightmare New England, Litchfield, New Hampshire, www.nightmarenewengland.com

27 Edge of Hell, Kansas City, Missouri www.edgeofhell.com

28. Asylum Haunted House, Denver, www.getscared.com

29. Terrortown, Toledo, Ohio, www.terrortown.net

30. Haunted Cave At Lewisburg, Lewisburg, Ohio, www.hauntedcaveatlewisburg.com

31. The Asylum, Las Vegas, Nevada www.lasvegashaunts.com
 

For more information on this year’s Top Haunted Attractions as well as other top industry lists, please visit www.hauntworld.com or see the entire list here: http://www.hauntworld.com/featured_article/america_best_and_scariest_haunted_houses_2010.

Link to best REAL haunted houses: http://hauntworld.com/featured_article/america_top_10_scariest_real_haunted_houses_and_ghost_hunting

Link to best Amusement Park Haunts: http://hauntworld.com/featured_article/top_10_scariest_and_best_halloween_haunts_in_amusement_parks

Link to Top 13 haunted destinations: http://hauntworld.com/featured_article/america_top_13_scariest_destinations_2010

For more information on this year’s Top Haunted Attractions as well as other top industry lists, please visit www.hauntworld.com or see the entire list here: http://www.hauntworld.com/featured_article/america_best_and_scariest_haunted_houses_2010
 
 
Find Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes and Hayrides


Sat, October 16, 2010

HauntedHouseOnline.com  now has a sister site www.HalloweenAttractions.com which helps you find pumpkin patches, corn mazes and Halloween events and Attractions.  The site works very much like HauntedHouseOnline.com and helps you locate the very best and biggest Halloween Attractions for family Halloween fun.

Visit them on the web at www.HalloweenAttractions.com

Are you looking for a pumpkin patch a corn maze, hayride or Halloween event and Attraction visit HalloweenAttractions.com TODAY!

 http://www.hauntedhouseonline.com/haunted_house_directory.cfm
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« Reply #36 on: October 30, 2010, 03:31:07 pm »

Great list, Keith.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYBODY!!!
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« Reply #37 on: October 30, 2010, 11:06:46 pm »



"WARNING" A mass murderer has escaped from police custody tonight, and is presumed to be in your neighborhood? - full description of killer in link below - News Alert Bulletin. http://www.thepumpkinmaster.com/images/pumpkin.jpg
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« Reply #38 on: October 30, 2010, 11:43:26 pm »



miss 2007 costume,



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« Reply #39 on: October 31, 2010, 12:08:26 am »

Its officially 2010 Halloween is now ''folks''


Have a safe and a enjoyable Halloween.

Its been a pleasure in presenting this festive thread link here.

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« Reply #40 on: October 31, 2010, 02:06:37 am »

And don't let yourself get killed by any slashers!
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« Reply #41 on: November 02, 2010, 07:47:25 pm »



Halloween Aftermath

Gee vancouver b.c canada - got like over a million dollars worth in fireworks in damages it was just crazy out there with fireworks bangs this halloween.

1.3 million buck in property damages, we may get a ban on fireworks now..  Cry

Reference to story

http://www.beyondrobson.com/news_flash/2010/10/fireworks_display_on_halloween_will_require_permit/

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