Flint zombie walk scares for a good cause

There were performances throughout the day.

The walking dead are adding life to several organizations and charities.

The Flint Zombie Walk is it taking the streets over for the 5th horrifying year.

Saturday, zombies walked down Saginaw Street in downtown Flint to support the Genesee County Humane Society and Edible Flint.

The event collected donations from any attendee's looking to get a scary new look or just enjoy the free entertainment.

"I think it's good because it gives people a fresh perspective to what's going on in Flint. There is charity work, good work, celebrities are flying in from all over the country to be at this. I think it puts Flint in a positive way. I love looking like a zombie any time I can but now I have a good excuse," said event founder, Christina Lakey.

Performances by Arlow Zan, and the Flint Fischer Bodies entertained during the event.