A LIVELY DAY FOR UNDEAD

15th annual Littleton Zombie Crawl draws hundreds of creatures

Posted 10/8/18

A couple hundred zombies gathered in downtown Littleton for the 15th annual Littleton Zombie Crawl and Pig Roast on Oct. 6. Led by Brothers of Brass band of Denver, at noon, the zombies traveled west …

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A LIVELY DAY FOR UNDEAD

15th annual Littleton Zombie Crawl draws hundreds of creatures

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A couple hundred zombies gathered in downtown Littleton for the 15th annual Littleton Zombie Crawl and Pig Roast on Oct. 6. Led by Brothers of Brass band of Denver, at noon, the zombies traveled west from the Woodlawn Shopping Center, 1500 W. Littleton Blvd., to Reinke Bros., 5663 S. Prince St., where a free pig roast was served by the Littleton Elks Lodge 1650.

The event, sponsored by the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants Association and Reinke Bros., was in conjunction with the grand re-opening of the Reinke Brothers Haunted Mansion, which has been closed for about three years because of roof damage, said Greg Reinke, co-owner of Reinke Brothers along with his brother Chris.

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