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Zombie world record broken in Nottingham

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A new world record for the largest gathering of zombies has been set in Nottingham. Read More
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
A new world record for the largest gathering of zombies has been set in Nottingham.
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01054/zombie_1054800c.jpg
Thousands of zombies, covered in fake blood and face paint, took to the streets for the Halloween event.
The record was broken when 1,227 people dressed as zombies gathered in the Old Market Square.
They then performed a choreographed zombie dance to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller'.
Although the dancing began at 5pm but it took officials from Guinness World Records half-an-hour to zerify the numbers.
The previous record was set in the US, when 1,124 people attended Monroeville Mall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in November last year.
The event in Notttingham was part of the GameCity festival.
Iain Simons, festival director, said: "We were staggered by the number of Zombies that turned up to help us beat the attempt. Everyone got into the spirit of the afternoon and the Thriller dance was incredible."
"As any self-respecting zombie knows, it's very important that they come together and dance the Michael Jackson Thriller dance because that's what zombies do when they congregate" he added.
This year is the 25th anniversary of the Thriller video. The 14-minute film was first broadcast in December 1983 and it has become one of the most famous music videos in the world.
Margaret Robinson, who helped arrange the event, said: "It has been fantastic, we have had a huge turnout, far better than we expected, you can't move for dancing zombies.
"We are all zombies tonight, we are all undead, I am covered in blood - very happy."
In March the city also set a record for the most Robin Hoods when 1,119 costumed people gathered at the castle.
#2
:w00t:
#4
lmao, you couldn't make that stuff up!
banned#5
:w00t:
#6
robtallica
lmao, you couldn't make that stuff up!


Unless you're an event organiser from Nottingham who thought "Hang on a minute, I've got a great idea......" :thumbsup:
#7
Obviously the Guinness Book of Records hasnt visited Manchester 1am on a Sunday morning.
banned#8
That's nothing. They get 60,000 at the Emirates every other week!
#9
lol - nice one guv.
#10
thej
You sure there wasn't just a game on :whistling:




:lol: :lol:
#11
o.O nice lol
#12
aye, we did, cause we're amazing :)
#13
Nice of the people of derby to turn out in such force.:thumbsup:
#14
PaulandSharon
Nice of the people of derby to turn out in such force.:thumbsup:


:-D:-D:-D

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