Scary stu­dents

Zom­bie walk for Re­lay for Life

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - COVER STORY -

Zom­bies broke out of their com­pound and ter­ror­ized Amherst on Satur­day.

First they crashed a wed­ding at the Knight’s of Colum­bus Hall and fed on peo­ple’s brains.

Then they went down­town and tried to get in­side var­i­ous stores but were thwarted by quick think­ing store­keep­ers who locked their doors and bar­ri­caded them­selves in­side.

Fi­nally they made their way to Vic­to­ria Square and, in­stead of feed­ing on peo­ple, they danced to the song Thriller by Michael Jack­son.

Ac­tu­ally, the Zom­bie walk was a fundraiser for the Re­lay for Life, which is hosted by the Cana­dian Cancer So­ci­ety.

Daren White or­ga­nized the Zom­bie Walk. The dance at Vic­to­ria Square was chore­ographed by the At­lantic Dance Academy.

They danced to the song Thriller by Michael Jack­son.

A young girl, in­trigued by the zom­bies, mim­icked the dance moves the zom­bies made while danc­ing to Michael Jack­son’s Thriller.

Zom­bies crashed a wed­ding at the Knights of Colum­bus Hall on Satur­day threat­en­ing to bring chaos to the fes­tiv­i­ties, but calm was main­tained.

Dancers from the At­lantic Dance Academy danced to Michael Jack­son’s song Thriller on Satur­day at Vic­to­ria Square in Amherst. The zom­bie dancer seen here is Abbey Letcher.

The zom­bies who wreaked havoc upon Amherst seemed to be­come sub­dued by the song Thriller by Michael Jack­son. When­ever the song was played they started danc­ing.

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