The image of the zombie girl on our advertising is no worse than many images you'll see at this time of year in newspapers and magazines, on the Halloween costumes in the supermarket aisles and even on kids' TV programmes.
We have been running our Halloween events for over 15 years, and they are extremely popular, with up to 5,000 people a night going through the six haunted houses and rides.
We are waiting for the Advertising Standards Authority to come back to us with their judgment to see if we have to take the ads off the buses.
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The Number 91 was travelling from Trafalgar Square to Tottenham in north London when it came to an unexpected halt.
It didn't take long for the converted flower shop to be snapped up. 220,000 people looked at the advert on Zoopla.
Glen Hazel, who was an 11-year-old schoolboy, has a clear memory of the events of 1966.