Photo Recap: Delaware River Town Zombie Crawl

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Photo Recap: Delaware River Town Zombie Crawl

Photography by Stephen Harris
With sought-after haunts, legends of the paranormal, a long-standing Rocky Horror Show tradition, and many family-friendly fall activities, the Delaware River Towns is the ultimate Halloween destination. On Saturday, October 22, 2016, Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau hosted the debut Lambertville & New Hope Zombie Crawl.

Zombies crossed the Delaware River, kicking off from the former site of River Horse Brewery on Lambert Lane in Lambertville and continuing across the bridge to the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope. The zombies then unleashed their mad moves as part of a Michael Jackson Thriller dance party.

Stylists from Zanya Spa Salon were on hand to provide Zombie makeovers. The cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show from the Bucks County Playhouse awarded prizes to the best costumes.
Check out the spooktacular photos from Stephen Harris:
 

One thought on “Photo Recap: Delaware River Town Zombie Crawl

  1. Oh let me tell you, I lived in Lambertville for 15 years, and there actually is a Zombie crawl every Saturday and Sunday from May to October in the center of town…They wander aimlessly…And apparently, Zombies can’t parallel park!!

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