Littleton

Zombies: The life of the party

Posted 10/9/17

It was a beautiful day to be undead.

The 9 annual Littleton Zombie Crawl staggered down Littleton Boulevard into downtown on Oct. 7, bringing out a few dozen would-be zombies and other creatures to hunt for brains.

The crawl wound up at Reinke …

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Littleton

Zombies: The life of the party

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It was a beautiful day to be undead.

The 9 annual Littleton Zombie Crawl staggered down Littleton Boulevard into downtown on Oct. 7, bringing out a few dozen would-be zombies and other creatures to hunt for brains.

The crawl wound up at Reinke Bros. just off Main Street, where zombies tore into a roast pig.

A scheduling conflict meant the event coincided with Denver's much larger Zombie Crawl, but a core of diehards kept it local.

“I wait all year to dress up like this,” said Devyn Rockett, dressed like a brain-starved undead cheerleader. “The free food doesn't hurt either. It's October, and this is spooktacular.”

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