RICHLAND, Wash. -- Heads were turning Friday afternoon in Richland.
Men, women, and children donned their scariest costumes in a Zombie Walk for brain cancer awareness.
The event was supported by Modified Dolls, a group of pierced and tattooed women. Organizers say all money raised will go to brain cancer research.
One organizer explains dressing up as zombies was a no brainer, "you got the bloodied up faces and shambling people walking down the street. It gets a lot of attraction and a lot of people are fans of zombies," says organizer Oliver Posenauer.
The walk began this afternoon in John Dam Plaza and ended at Howard Amon Park. They also performed the dance from Michael Jackson's "Thriller".