Newspaper monsters! Wells newspaper staff become zombies and ghosts for Halloween
Warning: images of our staff may frighten small children and animals
LIKE all work places, the team here at Mid Somerset News & Media - home of the Central Somerset Gazette, Cheddar Valley Gazette, Shepton Mallet Journal and Wells Journal - are prone to cold and flu bugs brought in by unsuspecting staff.
But when photographer Jason Bryant got bit by a zombie during the Marthacare zombie walk in Glastonbury, the 'J Virus' may have spread amongst the team.
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Jason "Friday the 13th" Bryant, photographer
Ken "Kill or be Killed" Edmonds, What's On editor
Sarah "Spooky" Lunn, Editorial assistant
Tim "The Terrible" Lethaby, Chief sub editor
Fuchsia "Fuchsiastein" Singleton-Hoare, Shepton Mallet Journal reporter
Ruth "Ruthless" Ovens, reporter
Rob "Ripper" Smith, Wells Journal reporter
Ian "Mad" Mat, Web editor. Oliver "Nom nom nom" Hulme, News editor
Carron "Haunted property" Garden, Editorial assistant. Anna "Gruesome" Garside, Reporter
Laura "Lyncher" Linham, Central Somerset Gazette reporter. Charlotte "Chucky" Fay-Fineran, Cheddar Valley Gazette reporter
Who is the most frightening zombie or ghost? Vote in our poll on the right-hand side