Mark Boyd, coordinator of the Zombie Walk, welcoming other members of the afterlife outside of the Humboldt County Courthouse on, Oct. 7th 2017.
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.
Daniel Baer (left) and Anthony Mankins (right) loosen up their belts as they get ready to have the feast of the year in the annual Zombie Walk on Oct. 7.
Nina Meredith (left), Hannah Meredith (middle), Rachel Stolt (right), and Goonie (dog) are all roller blading around Eureka hungry for the innocent souls in the annual Zombie Walk.
Rusy Dannu (left) from Indonesia, Moe (middle) from Bangladesh, and Atul (right) from the Philippines all traveled from other countries to taste the blood of the Eureka community in the annual Zombie Walk.
Samyoung (back), Sophia (left), and Alex Phetsouphanh (right), get ready to eat the other young souls around Eureka in the annual Zombie Walk.
Claudia Trembly (left), Maddie Bizzard (middle), and Eva Trembly (right) are all smiles to lure in the human bait in the annual Zombie Walk on Oct. 7.
Kelly Urban, owner of Gallagher’s Irish Pub in Eureka, decided to haunt her own city in the annual Zombie Walk on Oct. 7.