Zombies march through Astoria

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Naima Parks sports several heads. Photo by Christina Santucci
A light from Kara DeMasi's phone illuminates her zombie-painted face. Photo by Christina Santucci
Zombies arrive at Hellgate Social Tiki at the end of the Queens Thanksgiving Zombie Walk. Photo by Christina Santucci
A woman holds a pretend heart while participating in the parade. Photo by Christina Santucci
A zombie band lines up for a photo. Photo by Christina Santucci
Little Bo Peep and a sheep zombie strike a pose. Photo by Christina Santucci
Ed Shin gets ready to take a drag from a cigarette outside Hellgate Social Tiki at the walk's conclusion. Photo by Christina Santucci
Logan Schoen (l.) attends the festivities with his father, Jesse. Photo by Christina Santucci

Dozens of costumed ghouls took to the streets of Astoria for the annual Queens Thanksgiving Zombie Walk. Organizers said they had to make a last-minute switch from Bud’s Ale House, which closed down, to Applebee’s for the event’s meetup location.

Posted 12:00 am, November 25, 2013
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