Sunday, October 14, 2012

Scene in Easton: Zombies Crawl City Pubs

By Christina Georgiou

With Halloween only a couple of weeks away, zombies and other creatures of the night took the opportunity to celebrate a little early Saturday evening.

The Easton Haunted Walking Tour, expanding its offerings this year beyond their annual scary seasonal  pedestrian traipse though the city's back alleys and the darker aspects of Easton history, held the "Zombie Pub Crawl" Saturday evening, to the delight of local undead.

Kicking off at Drinky's on Centre Square, numerous zombies and other denizens of the night gathered to raise a glass, mingle with kindred spirits and plot the rest of the witching season's activities.

Proceeds from the event, along with the Monster's Ball, set to be held next Saturday, on Oct. 20, and the Easton Haunted Walking Tour itself on Friday and Saturday, October 26 and 27, benefit Easton's Main Street Initiative.

For more information on these spooky city happenings, visit

Even zombies need cash.
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Not everyone on the crawl was a zombie--some were just diabolical.


We're pretty sure this particular guest looked especially delicious to the zombies
since a knife through the head makes the brains more easily accessible.

No eyes? No problem!

Zombies were everywhere in Easton Saturday evening--
we found these two at the opening reception for
Suddenly Samantha's "Heaven on the Delaware" exhibition
at the Nurture Nature Center.

1 comment:

  1. Looked like a lot of fun.
    I heard a drink was not even incuded though!! No food either which was part of the deal. They could have a least gave 1 drink at each participating bar. It was $25 per ticket!