Locals and tourists alike looked on in horror as Halloween arrived early to the normally easy-going and friendly seaside resort town of Brighton on the south coast of England this afternoon.

Thousands of zombies appeared from nowhere, to the dismay of many a bemused onlooker, and congregated in Victoria Gardens by the famous Brighton Royal Pavilion. Driving through the town’s shopping centre became a daunting prospect as the zombie parade wound its way through the town to the seafront.

Brighton Zombie Walk

Brighton Zombie Walk

While zombies protested for equal rights, a small group of brave (or should that be foolhardy) living protesters and reformed zombies defiantly stood firm, in front of Brighton’s pleasure pier, pleading with the undead to take-up their offer of a 12 step rehabilitation programme.
“A brain is for life, not just for breakfast!”

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Beach of the Dead 2010

 

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