"Metallica Zombie in Toronto in 2009" image by Josh Jensen
Toronto zombies walk for the Heart and Stroke Foundation for the first time in 2012, as DeHaan Services reveals in "The Upcoming Charitable Toronto Zombie Walk 2012".

They will eschew brains in favour of a 5Km shamble downtown from City Hall's Nathan Phillips Square.

This is their tenth annual autumn Toronto event, but the first for this charity.

Yes, Toronto zombies will enjoy music and make-up as well.

More Publicity for my Zombie Walk Article

Faithful readers know that my Xanga blog ("Zombies Walking for Charity in Toronto in 2012") always adds publicity for my articles.

One Undead Writing Tip for a Zombie Walk

Today's writing tip is simply to match the tone of your article to the subject matter.

While it's still possible to watch a zombie movie in Toronto in order to experience terror or shock, both the Toronto Zombie Walk site and every other article that I've researched has taken a very lighthearted approach.

Since the Toronto Zombie Walk takes a tongue-in-cheek attitude towards its own activities, it seems fair to keep my article upbeat also.

I take a much more serious approach to fitness or health, for example. If the article were to discuss an actual religious belief in the creation of a zonbi by vodou magical practices...that would be a different matter, also.

However, the 2012 Zombie Walk in Toronto is simply another annual autumn Toronto event for fun and, now, also for an important charity.

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