WASHINGTON, Oct 12 ― Thanks to the undying popularity of television hit series The Walking Dead, zombies are now finding their place in history.
Props and costumes from the gruesome show about a post-apocalyptic world ruled by zombies are now joining the collection of Smithsonian museum in DC.
To celebrate, castmembers were on site including Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Andrew Lincoln and Lennie James.
Items include iconic items such as the cross bow of Reedus' character Daryl Dixon and the samurai sword wielded by Michonne portrayed by Gurira.
The Walking Dead is one of the most watched shows in cable television history and represent US' fascination with horror, according to museum representatives. ― Reuters