The production company for The Walking Dead assembled sets in tractor trailers, which are currently in Salt Lake City. For $60, you can fend off zombies or be made up as a blood-covered walker.
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You, too, can step into a nightmare world. Fans of "The Walking Dead" have been doing it. TV show sets and tractor-trailers are traveling around, currently in Salt Lake City. For 60 bucks, you can plunge into a world where you're fending off zombies, or you can be made up as a blood-covered walker yourself. It's the creation of the TV show's production company as well as a fan organization called Walker Stalker Con. It's MORNING EDITION.
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