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SHOPPERS looked on in horror this afternoon as zombies paraded through Gloucester city centre.
The fourth annual march saw blood and gore spill onto the streets in the run up to Halloween.
More than 100 people came back from the dead and gathered at Greyfriars Green, near Café Rene, to take part in the walk and turn the city into a scene from Dawn of the Dead.
Pirates, badgers, surfers and nurses all donned ghoulish costumes complete with fake blood and face paint, while collections were made in aid of Sue Ryder Care.
Amaryllis Gregory from Hardwicke took part in the walk for the first time.
She said: “There were some incredible costumes and people really made a great effort, but the fantastic thing about something like this is event the smallest effort, with everyone together, makes it look amazing.
“I think secretly everybody wants to be a gorey and so this is a great opportunity to do it.
“I read about it on Facebook and thought it was a great idea.
“It has been a good chance to dress up and have some fun in aid of a good cause.”