Commuters Walk With The Walking Dead
A uniquely gruesome way to publicize new show

Commuters had a rough time getting to work this morning due to the walking dead swarming the streets. Dozens of zombies took to the streets of New York today either scaring pedestrians or leaving for a more amusing coffee break discussion with co-workers later on.

With bruised eyes, grimy teeth and bloody skulls, the mobs creepily 'blended in' to promote the new AMC original series, The Walking Dead.

Now don't sleep tight just yet. Zombies climbing taxis and walking the Brooklyn Bridge is just the beginning. Today's stunt is a part of a worldwide campaign that will take place in a total of 26 cities. The first cities to experience the takeover was Tapei and Hong Kong on Oct. 26. Other landmarks and cities to watch out for include the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., London's Big Ben, the Prado Museum in Madrid, the Acropolis in Athens, Munich, Madrid, Rome, Johannesburg, Sao Paolo, Buenos Aires, Chicago and Los Angeles.

So get in the Halloween spirit and make some new friends, because The Walking Dead premieres on Sunday, Oct. 31.