Authorities in New York said a marketing company did not have permission to promote "The Walking Dead" by hiding "zombies" in a subway grate.
"Those people need to lighten up a bit. It was just an ad for the new show. Do they think that the people were actually scared of us?" stated group rep. Ollie Franze.
Franze also stated that they had cut out the giggling from the video.
"It is supposed to be a scary scene and some of the people realized that and did their part. Plus they will be in the series which is neat, ask them."
Apparently Franze didn't know about a couple in the crowd being hurt.
"You mean, someone fell or something?"
Nope, according to the police report, a couple in the back got roughed up and bitten until they lost some blood.
"I'll go back and check the video. Someone must have flipped out."
But both police and Franze could not find the couple in the back but Franze ordered his video stopped. Hey! That guy wasn't one of us. Look you can see his hand falling off. I thought he was overdoing it but I cannot find the couple in the video."
"No", stated a police officer. They were at the hospital until that night and now we can't find them anywhere. They really freaked out. They were hurt and afraid to stay in New York I'm afraid."
"Now I'm afraid too."