From left, zombies Jenny Wells, Allison Elliott and Allison Perry, all University of Kentucky public relations employees, marched in the annual downtown Thriller March on Main Street in Lexington on Sunday. There were several activities culminating in the re-enactment of Michael Jackson's Thriller video.  Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
From left, zombies Jenny Wells, Allison Elliott and Allison Perry, all University of Kentucky public relations employees, marched in the annual downtown Thriller March on Main Street in Lexington on Sunday. There were several activities culminating in the re-enactment of Michael Jackson's Thriller video. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
From left, zombies Jenny Wells, Allison Elliott and Allison Perry, all University of Kentucky public relations employees, marched in the annual downtown Thriller March on Main Street in Lexington on Sunday. There were several activities culminating in the re-enactment of Michael Jackson's Thriller video. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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