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Zombie Walk Upgrade to Full-Scale Zombie Rights March

This is an outstanding development in the Undead Equality arena:

Come out to the theater dressed as a zombie or get your makeup done there by CREATURE DISTORTIONS and help protest the adverse treatment of zombies by staging a ZOMBIE RIGHTS MARCH.

Yeah thats right! ZOMBIE RIGHTS!

Break out those signs and let the world know about the unfair treatment of the UNDEAD!

HORROR SOCIETY will be staging a march for zombie rights through the streets of Woodfield and we will be storming into the theater letting the world know that zombies are people (or were people) too. Once inside the theater, there will be a contest for the best looking zombie judged by Mitchell Wells of Horror Society, the AMC Theater manager, and possibly a special guest! 2 winners will receive a pair of tickets for the movie!

Yes that’s right folks, the informal counter-protest we had planned for the Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D screening has now been given an official blessing by the good people at Horror Society, who have kindly pitched in with help promoting the struggle for the rights of the Differently Animated. It truly warms our hearts to see such altruistic behavior coming from the horror community, not long after the generosity of horror personalities helped us to stage a successful fundraiser for cancer research in our first Lurch for the Cure auction. Yes indeed, it’s a great feeling to see the movement growing by leaps and bounds.

Therefore we plead with anyone in the greater Chicago area, please come out to this groundbreaking event in the Zombie Rights movement. Be a part of history! Zombie Rights is about to break out in a serious way, and we want you to be a part of it. Show up, make your voice heard, speak out for your fellow man or woman, Undead or Infected or perhaps Reanimated-by-Extraterrestrial-Influence, it matters not.

Zombies are people too, after all.


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The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.

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