Travis English — a.k.a. Duggan

Zombie-pocalypse!

Surviving hordes of the undead a hauntingly good time

In the dead of night, a zombie horde is creeping its way through a patch of forest north of Ladysmith that’s meant to double as backwoods Louisiana.

That setting serves as the backdrop to a new live-action zombie paintball adventure delivered by Company Z, said founder Jenn Yarnell.

Beginning Oct. 3, Company Z will stage 10 zombie adventures each night  from 7:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. Thursdays through Saturdays.

Each game costs a flat rate of $600 plus GST, Yarnell said, and is limited to a maximum of 12 players aged 14 and older.

For more on Company Z, including contact and booking information, location and a detailed recounting of the plot, visit www.companyzpaintball.com.

 

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