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The ZRC Back from Horrorhound Indianapolis 2013

Apologies for the belated post, all. Lost a camera cable, had some technological issues, even had to sort out some issues with the trusty ZRC Mobile — as trip aftermaths go, this was intense!

But the actual journey to Horrorhound Indianapolis was fine, and fun, and we talked to a lot of great people about Zombie Rights. Some picture highlights below.


We got to talk with Spot the Zombie! He was very friendly and not at all bitey. A good role model and example of the amiable Undead for conventions like Horrorhound.


Zombie Ally Michelle Hartz dressed up as one of the Undead for a bit of research the second day of Horrorhound. She says that when done respectfully, like here, it’s not ‘Greenface’ but becoming ‘Transliving’. We can get behind that.


I think the talking, carnivorous plants are a bigger threat to humanity than the Undead. But we’d still be willing to agitate for their rights.


I totally got sassed by these puppets! They said some unkind things and speculated about ulterior motives for helping Zombies. There’s no helping some people, alas.

You can see a few more pictures from our trip here. Remember: the ZRC will be at Nightmare on Chicago Street next month, and we have some big surprises in store!

Mwahaha. Etc.

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2 Responses to “The ZRC Back from Horrorhound Indianapolis 2013”

  1. I’d like to suggest an edit:
    There’s no helping some PUPPETS, alas.

  2. John Sears says:

    Ah, the Puppets, how they mocked me. Cruelly!

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