The zombie army crossed 3rd Street...
...and advanced up Walnut.
Crossing beneath the Skywalk...
...and onto Fountain Square.
The good folks of the Coca Cola street team attempted to quell the undead masses by offering them free cans of Coke Zero.
The walk proceeded around the square and up Vine St.
Innocent bystanders looked on.
As the zombie's walked past Cadillac Ranch, it was hard to tell who was intentionally dressed up as mindless member of the walking dead and who was just another "hipster" frequenting the bar.
Folks departing buses at Government Square walked right into a trap of the living dead.
Some people who encountered the zombie walk thought it was hilarious and asked me if they could pose for a picture with the walking dead.
While others, like the gentleman who piloted this SUV, ignored that pedestrians, even undead ones, have the right-of-way and laid on his horn as he forced his way through the zombie horde shouting "get out of the fucking road!"
Captain Jack Sparrow and the other zombies assembled in this parking garage for a group picture to commemorate the city's first ever zombie walk before continuing their attack.
Some tried to use their assault rifles to hold them back...
...but were ultimately defeated.
This new Cincinnati area Halloween tradition...
...has certainly left it's mark on the streets of the Queen City.
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