What if everything we were told were lies?
What if bad things only happened to bad people?
What if we lived forever?
What if everyone was happy, healthy and in love?
What if everything had a happy ending?
What if there was no suffering?
What if the earth wasn’t suffering?
What if we all got what we wished for?
What if we all tried to change the world?
What if we all had someone to love who loved us in return forever?
What if you we did what we loved instead of what we were supposed to do?
What if we weren’t afraid?
If there’s one thing I learned during my first few weeks in Montreal is that this city takes Halloween very seriously. There are pumpkins and Halloween costume displays on every street and more Halloween events than you know what to do with.
Yesterday, I was surrounded by the living dead in the Plateau Mont-Royal area, who were all walking together in the annual Montreal Zombie Walk. The Zombie Walk is a day when the good people of Montreal dress up like zombies and walk around the streets moaning and groaning for human flesh for some ghoulish Halloween fun.
According to Wikipedia, the first recorded Zombie Walk took place in Sacremento California on August 19, 2001 as a promotion for an annual midnight film festival. It was held again the following year, and has since become a global annual tradition with Zombie Walks happening in several cities around the world.
Zombies and humans alike had a great time walking around the city and getting into the Halloween spirit. Below are some of the pictures I took of the Canadian zombies.
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