Native Americans once told of a mysterious natural healing spring in the Arkansas Ozarks. Spanish explorers scoured this area seeking the elusive "Fountain of Youth". And in the 19th century, the town of Eureka Springs with its amazing healing springs grew to be a world-renowned Victorian health resort. Partaking freely of the water, scores of visitors regained health and vitality, apparently cured of their many ills. From blindness to baldness, from piles to paralysis, the curative power of pure Ozark spring water and fresh mountain air seemed to know no limits. But it never raised the dead ... UNTIL NOW.
On October 26, 2019. Eureka Springs is expecting thousands of visitors for the Annual Zombie Crawl. It is a sight to see - a creeping parade procession of funeral hearses, doomsday vehicles, Halloween floats, and postmortem street performers lead the hungry horde of the undead down historic Spring Street, from the Public Library to Basin Park.
Makeup artists and Zombie-themed vendors will be available in Basin Park before the parade starts to assist the dearly departed.
The finale features the talented Melonlight Dance Group with their live rendition of Michael Jackson's Thriller in Basin Park. This happens at the very end of the crawl in true "flash-mob" macabre.
Join us for our annual Zombie Crawl in downtown Eureka Springs, AR.
Here is a video of the 2018 CRAWL. Enjoy! https://t.co/zxyyx3uigK