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Zombies walk the streets of Palma

By Monday, 15 September 2014 13:20 0
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MORE than 100 living dead congregated in Sa Feixina Park on Saturday night in celebration of the fifth annual zombie march.

A combination of make-up, and fake, horrific injuries, transformed the participants into a horde of terrifying undead that invaded Palma for another year.

The procession of zombies staggered along the Paseo Maritimo under the astonished eyes of both the tourists and locals having dinner al fresco, ending up at the alternative club ‘Tunnel’ which was decked out specially to welcome the walking dead.

Once inside the club the zombies were able to enjoy themed activities including musical performances. Concerts by bands Desenterradas and The Monster Ones were fitting additions to an evening which was decidedly spooky.

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