Ghouls, ghosts, Abe Lincoln and an egg (?) rose from the grave to thrill San Diego State baseball spectators this weekend.
Colorfully costumed students took the bases at Tony Gwynn Stadium as the school’s baseball program held its annual Halloween game Sunday.
But horses and sumo wrestlers throwing balls wasn’t the only tricky treat awaiting the on-lookers.
A crowd of zombies crawled onto the pitcher's mound for a surprise “Thriller” flash mob.
With frightening accuracy, the group performed Michael Jackson's classic, creepy choreography, clawing with undead arms just like in the original video.
As the music wrapped up, the eerie spectres fell back to their lifeless forms across the field.
Watch the performance for yourself above.