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Fake zombies invade shopping mall

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CANADA - Some people in Canada are going all out to get a full zombie immersion experience. 

It's all part of an 18-hour game where people simply try to stay alive in a mall dominated by fake zombies and realistic chaos.


Organizers say they want the experience to truly seem real; they won't let anyone into the mall if they are not in character.  Organizers say while the game should be fun, it's also a sociological exercise.

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