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Zombies to hit trail for 5K run Saturday in west central Minnesota

A week after a zombie crawl drew thousands in the Twin Cities, the walking dead are going for a run Saturday in west central Minnesota.
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The walking dead are going for a 5K run Saturday in Spicer, reported the West Central Tribune reported.

The event comes a week after a zombie pub crawl drew thousands to the Twin Cities.

Saturday's gathering -- dubbed the "Zombies’ Bite … 5K run!!!" -- is planned to take place at Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center.

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