On Saturday, nearly 500 zombies took to the streets of Lakewood — no, they weren't looking for brains.
They were hoping to raise money and food for Harvest for Hunger program through the Cleveland Food Bank.
Starting at the Five O'Clock Lounge, volunteers strutted their stuff down Detroit Avenue. To participate in the event, the would-be zombies donated $5 donation and two canned goods.
Even organizer Joe Ostrica — of Old School Sinema, which produces low-budget horror films — said that Lakewood's zombies last year helped raise 1,769 pounds of food.
There are two Zombie Walks in Lakewood each year — once in April and again in September.
"Every April and September, for one Saturday afternoon, the streets of Lakewood will witness a massive zombie outbtreak, all in the name of a good cause," Ostrica said.
Rick Uldricks contributed to this report.