The city’s zombie disposal unit struggles to clear the streets during Winnipeg’s largest zombie breakout ever.
The video was filmed during the 2010 Winnipeg Zombie Walk. The 2011 event is scheduled for October 14th and you can expect to see us again.
On October 23rd, the annual Winnipeg Zombie Walk took place. Thousands of living dead attended, flooding downtown streets and sidewalks.
Credit: Travail Design
Someone would need to “take care of” these zombies, that’s where we came in. City of Winnipeg Zombie Disposal.
Credit: Donn Coppens
Credit: Ruby Soho
The fight was long and bloody, but soon the streets were returned to their original zombie free state.
Credit: Shawn Fedora
In actuality, I bought a 92 Ford F150 at auction, painted it white and wrote the words City of Winnipeg Zombie Disposal on the sides. With an added amber beacon on the roof, we were able to create a semi-realistic looking public service vehicle.
The truck has a bit more of a purpose than just this one night however. I am in the midst of filming a Zombie Disposal mocumentary which should be completed late November. The Zombie Walk provided some fantastic footage and I look forward to putting it all together. Until then, keep surviving.