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Calling All Living Dead: Casting Call for Fright Nights Scream Park

There are times when you look and feel like you're dead without even trying -- probably Monday morning around 8 a.m. -- and, as unfortunate as it may be, you most certainly do not look like some hot True Blood version of a vampire.

Your forenoon bitchy resting face is most likely more along the lines of a zombie: scary but unintentional.

Luckily, your chance to purposely scare people is here. Cruzan Amphitheater is holding a casting call for all ghouls, ghosts, zombies, and whatever other crackhead-looking characters are out there.

See Also: Fort Lauderdale Zombie Walk 2012: Five Favorite Undead Looks

To fill up its annual Fright Night Scream Park at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, they're looking for all sorts of soulless corpses to scare the crap out of already freaked-out guests.

Starting at noon on Saturday, Fright Nights is searching for the fearsome, horrifying, and unattractive -- unless that's your thing, of course -- looking, 16-and-older, walking dead enthusiasts to fill up its "Carnival of Creeps." All applicants must present two forms of ID.

Fright Nights Scream Park an array of spine-chilling, rides, scare zones, costume parties, four haunted houses, and more. It's open from Thursday, October 10, through Saturday, October 26.

Cruzan Amphitheater is located at 601-7 Sansbury's Way in West Palm Beach. Call 561-795-8883, or visit cruzanamphitheatre.net

For more information about the casting, call 561-793-0333, or visit myfrightnights.com.

Follow Sara Ventiera on Twitter, @saraventiera.



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