PHOTOS: Zombies creep down Lancaster Boulevard

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Milania and Beverly Halabi, center, begin a Zombie Walk along Lancaster Boulevard on Friday night.

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Llano resident and firefighter George Haskell, right, pushes Patrick Cramer of Lake Los Angeles in a shopping cart before the Zombie Walk. The walk was put on by Palm-Caster Paranormal Research Society.

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Aubrie Holland and Bryan Wilder of Palmdale play with their 8-month-old son, Daniel, who is also dressed as a zombie. Holland saw a flyer for the walk at a local grocery store.

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Michelle Ross, left, of Lancaster, and George Haskell of Llano attempt to scare employees at a cafe on Lancaster Boulevard.

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Robert Kibler of Lancaster applies fake blood to his face before the Zombie Walk. The walk benefitted the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Halfway to Home Dog Rescue.

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Paul Zuccaro of Rosamond dresses as a seven-foot-tall zombie clown, attracting many onlookers at Laemmle Theater on Lancaster Boulevard.

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Ryan Wilder and Antelope Valley zombies walked on Lancaster Boulevard from 10th Street West to Sierra Highway, then back.

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Zombies pass Laemmle Theater on Lancaster Boulevard. The walk ended with a raffle, giving away donated gift cards to attendees.

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Aubrie Holland dressed up her 8-month-old son Daniel Wilder as a zombie, with hanging intestines. The walk kicked off with afternoon zombie tea at MollyKate's Gifts and Tea Room.


The undead wriggled down Lancaster Boulevard on Friday night during a Zombie Walk put on by Palm-Caster Paranormal Research Society.

The local group of supernatural investigators raised funds for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Halfway to Home Dog Rescue.

Kirsten Kline of Lancaster spent an hour and a half on her elaborate zombie make-up.

“I love to do anything that has to do with Halloween,” said Kline. “Anything that you can dress up, and it actually makes an effect and scares people, that’s awesome.”

The undead, including a seven-foot-tall zombie clown, chased onlookers through Downtown Lancaster during the mile-long walk between 10th Street West and Sierra Highway.

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