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Sporty zombies dance into the record books

PUBLISHED: 12:18 07 October 2014 | UPDATED: 12:19 07 October 2014

Photo by Jon Rigby

Photo by Jon Rigby

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Nearly 200 zombies gathered at twilight at the Tulleys Shocktober Fest Halloween attraction near Crawley on Saturday 4 October to set a new world record for the largest Zumba® Class featuring Zombies!

Stuart Beare from Tulleys Farm says, “The opening night of our Shocktober Fest Scream Park has become a traditional dressing up opportunity. Fans love to get into the spirit of it. We had some amazing costumes and make-up and we were delighted to see many dressed as sporty zombies for the occasion. The officials counted 183 zombies dancing in the Zumba® Class.

“We have registered the event with Guinness World Records, but as they don’t currently have a category for the largest Zumba® class featuring zombies we will have to wait to find out if Guinness recognises it. We will be sending in our video evidence and official adjudicators reports, and wait to hear from Guinness.”

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