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Downtown Thriller Parade draws thousands of people

Lexington's biggest Halloween party took place downtown and the thriller parade was a crowd pleaser for the thousands of people who came out to celebrate.

City of Lexington reviews annual “Thriller” parade

The City of Lexington is considering making changes to its Michael Jackson "Thriller" parade. 

Thriller parade looking for Michael and Ola characters

Do you have what it takes?! Let's see your moonwalk!

Michael Jackson makes his way down Lexington’s Main Street

Despite the chill, some Lexintonians had a thrill Sunday night

Thriller and Halloween Fest adds new entertainment

In addition to arts and crafts vendors, there will now be live entertainment at the Wicked Wonders Halloween Market.

Lexington Kicks Off a Thrilling Good Halloween

People came from all over Saturday to the 15th annual Lexington Thriller.

Georgetown is “thrilled” to give

People in Georgetown had a scary good time Saturday night.

City of Lexington: We want zombies!

A post on the City of Lexington's Facebook page says it's not too late to register for this year's Thriller and Halloween Parade.

London to host Halloween-themed bicycle ride Oct 10

LONDON, Ky. – London will once again host the annual Thriller Ride, a Halloween-themed bicycle ride through Laurel, Jackson and Clay counties on Oct....

Zombies Dance In “Thrill To Give”

Zombies flooded the streets of downtown Georgetown tonight to reenact Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” dance.

Zombies Bring Thrill To Downtown Lexington

The Annual Thriller Parade brought between 15,000 to 20,000 spectators to Main Street to watch around 1,000 volunteers reenact Michael Jackson’s famous “Thriller” music video.

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