The third annual Zombie Walk through Fort Langley takes place today

Zombie walk today in Fort Fort Langley

The undead will shamble through the village starting at 2 p.m.

Zombies are coming back to Fort Langley.

The Red Canvas, formerly the Fort Langley Studio, is hosting the third annual Zombie Walk Oct. 17.

There will be a prize for best costume, popcorn, candy, music and much more.

Need a bit of help to become a zombie?

Special FX makeup artists will be on site to make people look gruesome by donation.

The undead will start walking at 2 p.m. Go earlier if makeup is needed.

The makeup artists will be available starting at 1 p.m. at the picnic shelter at Fort Langley Park, 9089 Nash St.

A Thriller dance crew entertains at 1:30 p.m. and the walk begins a half hour later.

There will be a prize for best costume.

Organizers have posted more information, including the rules for well-mannered zombies, on the gallery website.

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