Fourth annual Marietta Zombie Walk is Oct. 18
09:59 PM, Tuesday, September 16
The undead of Marietta are coming back again to help the living Oct. 18 for the fourth annual Marietta Zombie Walk, where zombies will bring donations to support Marietta’s MUST Ministries. A zombie walk is an organized public gathering of people ...

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