#historicboats - A plan to turn a former Irish Sea passenger ferry in north Wales along the Flintshire coast into a zombie attraction have been postponed.
The Duke of Lancaster ship in the Dee estuary writes BBC News has been empty for more than 30 years and the Zombie Infection company had planned to start holding events this month.
However, confusion over land ownership has forced the firm to postpone.
Five days of events had been booked by customers, who have been offered refunds or a transfer.
Zombie Infection owner Greg Rudman said a road forming part of the nearby Wales Coastal Path would need to provide access for a fire truck, but needs widening and potholes to be filled.
However, he and the adjacent land owners are having trouble locating the owner to do the work.
To read more on the postponed project, click the link here.