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Glen Fox and his headless bride, Marissa Leigh, were a photographic sensation during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers.

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Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News Glen Fox and his headless bride, Marissa Leigh, were a photographic sensation during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers.

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  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Glen Fox and his headless bride, Marissa Leigh, were a photographic sensation during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Dustin Texter, from left, and Anthony McCormick give and receive free hugs during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Mac MacElroy and his wife, Sue, check out the newly applied blood to Brad â“Beetlejuiceâ” Hallâ’s face during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers. The Cape Coral friends were excited to join in the fun with costumes this year.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
The Hot Flashz perform Michael Jacksonâ’s â“Thrillerâ” for a crowd of zombies during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Naples brothers Guillermo, left, and Silvio Ortiz move to the music during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers. â“I love the fact itâ’s for a charity,â” said Silvio of the annual event.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Alicia Matiazzo, 5, has an aerial view of fellow zombies while following her parents, Chris and Aline, through ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
I Love To Dance Studio owners Michelle and Rich Verissimo became zombie hunters for ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Bringing â“The Walking Deadâ” to life, Daniel Charpentier of Cape Coral and his father, Mark, spent their first ZombiCon engaging the crowd Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Rachel Chaifetz paints Loralhi Standleyâ’s face for R Lee Designs during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 in downtown Fort Myers.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
First-time zombie Scott Morgan, 11, is not amused by the Killer Clown outfit of J.J. Prado during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
From humans to aliens, to animals, creative zombies of all ages roamed the street of downtown Fort Myers during ZombiCon Saturday, Oct. 19. 2013. The annual event attracted thousands of people to support Pushing DaiZies, the nonprofit organization that uses art and charitable contributions to benefit the local community.
  • Kharli Rose/Special to the Daily News
Marty Spillman, from left, and Sue and Mike Cutler of Harlem Heights Improvement Association were happy to collect cans for the food pantry from ZombiCon participants Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013.

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