Some ghoulish sights took over Howard Park Saturday afternoon and don't be surprised if you spot these creatures on South Bend streets.
The fourth annual Zombie Walk included an art fair featuring items like zombie masks.
Families were decked-out in their ghostly gear and make-up and enjoyed live music and even some professional wrestling.
The event aims to collect items for the food bank of northern Indiana mixing a good cause with these living-dead festivities.
“It’s just a lot of fun,” said Megahn Bufford of Wicked Jester Entertainment. “You get to kinda be somebody else for a day. So it's a lot fun. takes a long time, depending on much effort you put into your makeup, but it’s definitely worth it.”
Phillip Bragg was one of the people who took part in zombie walk.
“Never done it before, first time trying it,” he said. “Just watched a couple zombie movies last night just to kinda prepare.”
And citizens beware, veteran zombies as well as those trying it out for the first time started their walk through South Bend at 7:00 p.m.