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Last Chance to Experience Walking Dead Escape Before Comic Con in Hartford, CT!

Last Chance to Experience Walking Dead Escape Before Comic Con in Hartford, CT!

Get off your ass and get some exercise, ferchrissakes!




Residents of Hartford, Connecticut, I've got some good news, and some bad news. Which do you want first? The bad news? Okay. You live in Hartford, Connecticut. Man, I'll bet it sucks there. The good news? Your state is about to experience a zombie outbreak, and you're going to die gruesomely, so you won't have to worry about it for very long.

Okay, maybe it isn't really a zombie outbreak. It's more like... a zombie obstacle course. That's right, The Walking Dead Escape, a mile long obstacle course for fans of the popular TV show Robert Kirkman's AMC's The Walking Dead, where you can choose to be either a walker or a survivor. So that's pretty cool. But, more bad news: you're pretty out of shape. When's the last time you've even exercised? Are you seriously thinking about doing a mile long obstacle course while being chased by zombies, or, alternately, being a zombie and chasing others? What, have you lost your mind or something? What do you mean it sounds like fun? I'm going to have a heart attack just thinking about it!

Well, if you insist, then at least take this code for 30% off your ticket price: ESCAPECT. Don't say we've never done anything for you, residents of Connecticut. We're charitable people.

Go here to purchase tickets.

Phew! I need to lie down. Let me show some words the fine folks at this event sent to us, and then I'm going to go take a nap.

Robert Kirkman's WALKING DEAD ESCAPE comes to the XFINITY Theater in Hartford, CT this Saturday, June 28 at 6 PM. This is the very LAST official WALKING DEAD event before Con.

The Walking Dead Escape is the amazing 1 mile obstacle course where fans choose to be either "Walkers" or "Survivors" -- Walkers get made up by professional make-up artists on-site and are released to do their thing. The Survivors -- well, they know what they've got to do. It's an amazing evening of entertainment for any fan of Kirkman's books or the TV series on AMC.

 





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