Are you looking for something to do outside of the convention center? Con-goers have loads of opportunities for “fan”tastical fun times at the many activations in and around the Gaslamp.

Make sure you drag yourself over to AMC’s DeadQuarters for an interactive experience!

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As you walk through the gates you’ll find yourself immersed in scenes from both AMC’s hit shows, “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead.”

 

Take your time walking through the downed airplane from Fear The Walking Dead; you just might notice some Easter eggs. Feel free to take a selfie with a walker or three.

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Climb up into the treehouse and lower the birdcage. Then watch as walkers surround it.

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There is also a walker filled walkthrough inspired by Season 9 finale of “The Walking Dead.” Be forewarned, the line was very long on Thursday. Be prepared to wait for quite some time but once you get in, it is entertaining and it is air-conditioned!

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There is also a great chance for a demo of the not yet released VR game.

AMC has partnered with Feeding America and they would love it if fans would deliver canned goods to the activation site. There is also a chance to donate with an easy swipe of your card. Donors get a “Hilltop Token” that can unlock discounts and deals around the San Diego area.

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AMC is inviting “Walker” themed cosplayers to join the “Walker Horde” at Petco Park on Saturday July 20th. Doors open at 9am for your chance to stagger in. This bloody good time will be a part of the 10th season marketing blitz for “The Walking Dead.” Click here to register.

About the Author: Erin Jefferson

Erin Jefferson-Foley (Mommy Fearest) is terrified of scary movies, gore and zombies. But she loves all things Halloween and Haunt related! Slowly but surely she has been dipping her toes into the realm of horror movies with great results. Pretty soon she will work her way up to watching a scary movie when it is dark outside. Erin has had a love affair with theme park Halloween events for the past 20 years. Her first time at an event was at Knott's Scary Farm in the late 80s when a family friend, a Knott's employee, escorted her into the park to watch Elvira and give her a behind the scenes tour. She was intrigued as she walked through the break room and realized that they were just people in masks and makeup. It seemed like only a short time later, Erin was performing for Halloween Haunt which led to her meeting the love of her life, her husband. Each year she cheers on her husband and his friends as they set up and run a home haunt. You can catch her helping with line control and repeating the same instructions over and over and over to the guests each night. She has been a professional dancer and actress for over 20 years. When she is not in the studio teaching dance or in her office writing, you can catch Mommy Fearest with her husband and two kids at various conventions throughout California. She enjoys Cosplay, Star Wars, Renaissance Faires, Halloween, haunted attractions, paranormal happenings, special effects makeup and horrible reality television shows.
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