'Zombie' walkers swarm city centre
The march of hundreds of "undead" made for a spectacular sight at the weekend as Exeter hosted its annual Zombie walk.
Up to 700 people are estimated to have taken part in the event with eerie costumes and freakish faces adding to the spooky scene at the end of a normal Saturday shopping day.
Event organiser Mike James, of Exeter's Phonic FM, said: "We had about 600-700 people take part in the walk though the city centre which was followed by the sell-out ball.
"It was some sight. At one stage all you could see was a sea of people who were all dressed up and in make up, it was superb."
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The walk started from the upper bus station car park at 4pm, with "zombies" snaking through the city towards an outdoor stage in Princesshay shopping centre and on to the Zombie Ball at Exeter Phoenix.
The event is also aimed at showcasing the best musical talent Devon has to offer and crowds at the outdoor stage were entertained by Torbay band Demons Of Old Metal. Bleed From Within were the main attraction having headlined a host of stages at this summer's festival season as well as winning the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award for best new band.