RIGHT: Meridy Scott, Deb Friel and Trudy Dwyer ready for the Great Zombie Run.
RIGHT: Meridy Scott, Deb Friel and Trudy Dwyer ready for the Great Zombie Run. Allan Reinikka Rokazombie

Walking dead haunt CQUni

THERE was a frenzy of the undead at CQUniversity on Saturday evening.

It was the second Great Zombie Escape to hit the region, after more than 1100 people took part in the event at Byfield last year.

More than 600 tickets were sold in the lead up to the CQUniversity event.

Half the proceeds were donated to the university's nursing department to help fund educational overseas nursing trips.

Event creator Nathan O'Connor told The Morning Bulletin last week he was also planning events in Mackay and Townsville.



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