Zombies to roam downtown

The Tri-Cities Historical Museum will transform the Akeley Building into a “Haunted Museum” on Saturday.
Tribune Staff
Oct 23, 2013


Join witches, ghouls and goblins for some good, creepy fun from 1-3 p.m. Admission is free and all ages are welcome. 

At 4 p.m. Saturday, the third annual Grand Haven Zombie Walk begins. Zombies are to meet at the back entrance of the museum, 200 Washington Ave. 

The walk of the “living dead” will take the zombies east to Seventh Street, back around to Harbor Drive, and again east to end at the museum. Upon returning to the museum, all zombies are invited upstairs to Centennial Hall for refreshments.  

The public is encouraged to “get their zombie on” and participate. The Zombie Walk is free; however, food donations will be accepted to benefit local food pantries.



I don't get the Zombie thing.. Are they former Star-Trek convention attendees?

Barry Soetoro

Judging by the photo, yes.


Seems that to be a 'zombie' all you have to do is splash on some fake blood and wear anything! So a costume just comes out of the closet (or drawer in this guy's case).


My son looks and moves like a zombie every day unless his GF calls or its supper time. No need to drive anywhere to see peopls acting like my son.


I've never understood the appeal of participating in one of these Zombie Walks, but there seem to be plenty who do - more power to them! It's probably a nice, less-spooky alternative for the young'uns to watch, rather than the professional haunted houses.


So dorky!


Yes I am a dork. And if you don't like it don't go or I'll eat your brain.


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