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Zombies invade Parksville!

ZOMBIES INVADE PARKSVILLE: Guests dining on the patio at the Beach Club Resort were both horrified and thrilled when a procession of zombies proceeded down the Parksville boardwalk on Saturday.  The third annual Parksville Zombie Walk saw about 60 corpses slowly make their way along the Island Highway, down to the beachfront and then to the Pacific Brimm. As the undead prepared for the zombie apocalypse they also brought a donation for the food bank. - BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO
ZOMBIES INVADE PARKSVILLE: Guests dining on the patio at the Beach Club Resort were both horrified and thrilled when a procession of zombies proceeded down the Parksville boardwalk on Saturday.  The third annual Parksville Zombie Walk saw about 60 corpses slowly make their way along the Island Highway, down to the beachfront and then to the Pacific Brimm. As the undead prepared for the zombie apocalypse they also brought a donation for the food bank.
— image credit: BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO

ZOMBIES INVADE PARKSVILLE: Guests dining on the patio at the Beach Club Resort were both horrified and thrilled when a procession of zombies proceeded down the Parksville boardwalk on Saturday.  The third annual Parksville Zombie Walk saw about 60 corpses slowly make their way along the Island Highway, down to the beachfront and then to the Pacific Brimm. As the undead prepared for the zombie apocalypse they also brought a donation for the food bank.

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