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Zombies Flash Mob St Georges Hall Liverpool England

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April 4th 2009 zombies Flash Mob St Georges Hall Liverpool England. Flashmob seems to be the in thing these days and Liverpool is no exception. Basically a bunch of people dressed up as zombies agreed a meeting point (St. Georges Hall Liverpool England) they then descended on Liverpool city centre for fun. This flash mob turned out to have more photographers than zombies but it was all good fun. For more pictures of the day please take a look at my flickr account


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