Clearly, 762 zombies walking on the streets of Prague is something to Czech out.
That's how many undead showed up for the city's fifth annual Zombie Walk, traveling from all over the Czech Republic to walk the city in elaborate undead threads.
In order to get into the macabre spirit, some people coated their bodies with fake blood made from a recipe of flour, lemon and salt while others sported false teeth or fake eyes and at least one woman stuck a needle through her tongue.
The zombies walked through the city to the Charles Bridge with residents and tourists following close behind.
"This is the fifth Zombie Walk here, we started in 2008," organiser Jakub Krasny told IB Times. "This is the oldest walk in the country -- we have another walks in other towns like Pilsen and so on. This is the oldest one. Last year we had 1,000 participants and will see if we succeed to break this number today."
The final count suggested that rainy weather kept some zombies at home, but ITV.com reported that the participating zombies kept partying until the wee hours.
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