Mark Boyd, coordinator of the Zombie Walk, welcoming other members of the afterlife outside of the Humboldt County Courthouse on, Oct. 7th 2017.
Mark Boyd, coordinator of the Zombie Walk, welcoming other members of the afterlife outside of the Humboldt County Courthouse on, Oct. 7th 2017.

Walking dead around Eureka

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By | Juan Herrera

On Oct. 7, 2017 the Humboldt County Courthouse was filled with the hungry and thirsty afterlife. Zombies were ready to devour the streets of Eureka in the fourth annual Zombie Walk put on by Mark Boyd. According to Boyd, the Zombies normal attacking ground is in main stores along Broadway and in Oldtown Eureka. Boyd says that this years turn out was more creative then ever and hungrier then ever too.

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