Undead arrive for annual 5K


In the left foreground, Aubrey Wile is about done transforming Owen Oflaherty, center foreground, into a zombie character. It was all part of the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.

In the left foreground, Aubrey Wile is about done transforming Owen Oflaherty, center foreground, into a zombie character. It was all part of the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Lucas Teboe, 6, of Blanchester, wanted to be a vampire, which doesn’t require a whole lot of makeup other than the fangs.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Wearing similar outfits and similar zombie makeup, these three Lynchburg-Clay students who attend Laurel Oaks Career Campus pose for a photo at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington on Saturday, students get ready for the annual Zombie 5K Run/Fun Walk. In the foreground from left are Kelsey Inskeep and Noah Fukita, both of whom’s home school is Washington High School in Fayette County. They and others are in the auditorium at the Laurel Oaks Career Campus. The event also included a trunk-or-treat, free hot dogs, pumpkin chucking, and health screenings administered by zombies. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the left foreground, Aubrey Wile is about done transforming Owen Oflaherty, center foreground, into a zombie character. It was all part of the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.

Lucas Teboe, 6, of Blanchester, wanted to be a vampire, which doesn’t require a whole lot of makeup other than the fangs.

Wearing similar outfits and similar zombie makeup, these three Lynchburg-Clay students who attend Laurel Oaks Career Campus pose for a photo at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.

At the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington on Saturday, students get ready for the annual Zombie 5K Run/Fun Walk. In the foreground from left are Kelsey Inskeep and Noah Fukita, both of whom’s home school is Washington High School in Fayette County. They and others are in the auditorium at the Laurel Oaks Career Campus. The event also included a trunk-or-treat, free hot dogs, pumpkin chucking, and health screenings administered by zombies. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.

In the left foreground, Aubrey Wile is about done transforming Owen Oflaherty, center foreground, into a zombie character. It was all part of the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0259.jpgIn the left foreground, Aubrey Wile is about done transforming Owen Oflaherty, center foreground, into a zombie character. It was all part of the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Lucas Teboe, 6, of Blanchester, wanted to be a vampire, which doesn’t require a whole lot of makeup other than the fangs.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_vampire.jpgLucas Teboe, 6, of Blanchester, wanted to be a vampire, which doesn’t require a whole lot of makeup other than the fangs. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Wearing similar outfits and similar zombie makeup, these three Lynchburg-Clay students who attend Laurel Oaks Career Campus pose for a photo at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_lynchburg_clay.jpgWearing similar outfits and similar zombie makeup, these three Lynchburg-Clay students who attend Laurel Oaks Career Campus pose for a photo at the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

At the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington on Saturday, students get ready for the annual Zombie 5K Run/Fun Walk. In the foreground from left are Kelsey Inskeep and Noah Fukita, both of whom’s home school is Washington High School in Fayette County. They and others are in the auditorium at the Laurel Oaks Career Campus. The event also included a trunk-or-treat, free hot dogs, pumpkin chucking, and health screenings administered by zombies. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_two_gals.jpgAt the Laurel Oaks Fall Fest in Wilmington on Saturday, students get ready for the annual Zombie 5K Run/Fun Walk. In the foreground from left are Kelsey Inskeep and Noah Fukita, both of whom’s home school is Washington High School in Fayette County. They and others are in the auditorium at the Laurel Oaks Career Campus. The event also included a trunk-or-treat, free hot dogs, pumpkin chucking, and health screenings administered by zombies. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal