Well, first up in this category is, well this…
Yep, that’s a real Facebook page, and no, I’m not kidding about that (although I really wish I was). (
And NO, I’m not a fan of the page either)
Next up, is this story about “real” zombies that were spotted this morning on the Brooklyn Bridge.
MANHATTAN — Bands of zombies roved throughout Manhattan during rush hour Tuesday morning, part of a global publicity stunt to promote a new TV show.
The blood-drenched actors ambled across the Brooklyn Bridge and near Penn Station, transported by coach bus between locations, according to photos from Twitter and the New York Times.
Commuters who observed the prank reacted with delight and terror to the spectacle.
The cable network is staging “zombie attacks” in 26 major cities — hundreds of extras in zombie makeup roaming landmarks such as the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., Big Ben in London, The Prado Museum in Madrid.
The stunts will commence at daybreak in Taipei and Hong Kong on Tuesday, Oct. 26 and moves across the globe during a 24 hour period and culminates at the show’s Los Angeles premiere.
The six-episode series debuts Oct. 31 and the series is going to debut internationally in 120 countries via FIC the same week as the U.S. premiere.
If these “real life” zombies weren’t scary enough, then check out the trailer to the Walking Dead itself (set to debut on Sunday October 31, at 10 p.m.
Some things you simply can’t un-see. This is one of them.