A flash mob of wildflower students re-enacted zombies dancing to Michael Jackson’s Thriller today on Baker Street.

Thriller flash mob

A flash mob of young zombies appeared out of nowhere to dance to Thriller.

Traffic barriers went up as a flash mob of Wildflowers students danced to Micheal Jackson’s Thriller on Baker Street this afternoon.

Principal Naomi Ross said the Halloween flash mob is  a bit of  a tradition now for the school.  Students from Grade 1 through six have been practising for 15 minutes every day for the past week.  They walked to and from the Baker Street scene in zombie character.

Michael Jackson’s album Thriller was released in 1982 and is the best selling album ever with 64 million recorded sales.

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