Watch out, Salt Lakers! The living dead will be walking through Utah's capital city this Sunday night.
The fifth annual Salt Lake City Zombie Walk is set for Sunday, starting at 7 p.m. at Memory Grove and walking around Temple Square before returning to the starting point.
The brains behind the walk (mmmm, brains) decided to celebrate the walk's fifth year by returning to the same route as the first year.
The walk draws a few hundred people every year, who dress up in their favorite undead costumes and stagger down the street. (In past years, the walk has seen zombie brides, a zombie Capt. Kirk and a zombie Indiana Jones.)
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