Blogger Zombie Walk 2011: The Disappearance of a Family

Zombie walk-a-thon’s have become a really popular nowadays.  Even knowing that one’s taking place, there’s always some kind of primal instinct that kicks in when you see a street full of hundreds of people dressed up like zombies.  Good friend of, Terri (of GoreGirl’s Dungeon) covers the annual Vancouver Zombie Walk and is an active participant (check out her coverage of 2011’s here).  And I always spend a little time at the zombie walk that occurs the same weekend as the Texas Frightmare Weekend.  They’re a ton of fun and it’s a great way to embrace the zombie in us all and show off just how gross you can make your costume!!

Last year another good friend of, AutumnForest, started the 1st annual Blogger Zombie Walk.  This wasn’t for any particular cause other than AutumnForest’s desire to spotlight some of her favorite horror websites and to let their zombie freak-flags fly.  Well it was such a success last year that she decided to do it again.  But this year it’s bigger, badder, and zombi-er (is that a friggin’ word??)!!  This year there’s 50 websites participating.  After watching my entry in this year’s event, you can find all the other participant’s links at the end of this post.  Check them all out; there’s some really great entry’s this year!!

Here’s a little video I threw together on Sunday morning last week.  I wanted to get the kids involved and my six year old son had a blast!!  If you listen towards the end of the video you can hear him ad-lib a line, “Deer Poop.”  Hey, why not!!  Enjoy my zombie video and be sure to check out all the zombie entry’s below.  And of course, a huge thanks to AutumnForest for thinking up this idea and putting it all together!!

Now check out all the other zombie-related posts:

Ghost Hunting Theories

Above the Norm

Zombies Everywhere

Holly’s Horrorland

Little Gothic Horrors

Anything Horror

Katy Bennett Horror Writer and Poet

Bubba’s Place

Horror Smorgasbord


Monkey Man

Words and Music

Red Shoes Chronicles

The Wolf’s Eyes

My Day in a Sentence

Pixie’s Horror Galore

Strange State

The Misadventures of HalloweeNut

Kweeny Todd

The California Blogging Massacre

Horror Shock Lolipop

Vanessa Morgan

Improbable Frontiers

No Really, You Can Eat It

Art By Living Dead Girl Nicole

Two Gory Chicks

A Dust Bunny in the Wind

A Ghoul’s Best Friend

Zombies Are Magic

Cherry Neko Saves the World http:

Halloween Overkill

Out of the Shadows

Bifocal Univision


Sherry Soule

Anchors and Roses

Paranormal Researchers Group

Whispering Pines History

Lovely Miss Megs

Sean Thomas Fisher’s Blogwash

Rise and Fight

Stump Town Horror

LoliClown’s Little Blog of Horror

Zombies Can’t Love

Books and Beyond

The Grave Bandits

Screaming Goregasm

Lazy Daisy Life

Icky Monster

Pretty in Fiction

Ivy’s Closet

Justine’s Halloween

Annie Walls

Just Johnny

Stay Bloody!!!

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25 Responses to Blogger Zombie Walk 2011: The Disappearance of a Family

  1. margaret says:

    its so amazing oh my god i like to read this article of Zombies. thank’s for sharing this to us.

  2. I.M. Pangs says:

    Nice lookin’ house. I wonder if they cleared the zombies out yet.

  3. Haha! I expect to see your son picking up an Oscar one day!! Great post!!!

  4. Tim Ebicilio says:

    Now that’s what i’m talking about! Hahahaha! Very, very awesome! 2 thumbs up!

  5. Monkey Man says:

    First vlog I seen on my Zombie walk. Awesome. What great fun for the family.

  6. Katy Bennett says:

    ohh, nice clip. A zombie could sure whole up in a place that size.

  7. sherrysoule says:

    Cute and fun video! Thanks for sharing.


  8. Very cool. The department of Child Services should be at your house in an hour. 🙂

  9. Adsila says:

    Loved it. I looks like your son was enjoying his feast….muahahaha!

  10. autumnforest says:

    That was freakin-fantastic! Man, that is just what I wanted to see. Hope no family was hurt in the making of this film. Scott, you’re a brilliant writer, fantastic family man, handy cook, and apparently skilled amateur filmmaker. The future is bright!