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By Kimberly Martinez

Long Beach is hosting their annual Zombie Walk from Oct 14-16 at the Rainbow Lagoon. A perfect three day invasion of the undead with music and horror for all ages. If you would like to be part of the action, has you walk in they will ask you if you want to become a scare actor. The event will consist of many activities that will be fun for all ages. These activities include a brain eating contest, thriller workshops, a zombie apocalypse, and much more. If you would like to become a zombie they will have a Zombification Zone that will help you find your inner zombie and is free to anyone who attends. It is encouraged to attend the event in costume. SGHS Viri Medina said, “I’m really excited about walk and hoping that my friend will be willing to go this Halloween because it sound like a lot of fun”.