The Walking Dead, Silent Hill and new street experience are part of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights lineup
Florida News: Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights starts September 21 for 25 nights
Whether you’re trying to escape gargoyles from Gothic and walkers from the Walking Dead, or survive the desolate town of Silent Hill and the monsters in House of Horrors, the horrific creatures at Halloween Horror Nights could very well give you nightmares. To top it off, there is a new and reinvented street experience to assist in scaring the wits out of you if haunted mazes and “scareactors” aren’t enough. Here’s a sense of what is in store for you at the Haunted Houses:
Penn & Teller New(kd) Las Vegas
The story here is that bad boys Penn & Teller have covered Las Vegas in nuclear ooze. If you dare venture in the 3D New Vegas, you may want to escape the radioactive green goo before it’s too late!
Alice Cooper – Welcome To My Nightmare
If rocker Alice Cooper’s songs aren’t twisted enough, journey into the iconic character, Steven’s mind, where shock and horror span the four decades of Cooper’s music.
Where do perception and reality collide? If you wander into Dead End, rumors about the old Hartford Mansion in Carey, Ohio become reality with creepy apparitions.
If you want to bring things down just a bit, you can watch the excellent dudes in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure or the 20 Penny Circus “Magic For People With Questionable Taste” show.
Dates for Halloween Horror Nights
Weekend nights usually sell out quickly – you can get tickets for the following nights:
- September 21st to 22nd
- September 27th to 30th
- October 4th to 7th; 11th to 14th; 17th to 21st; 24th to 28th and 31st.
The “Stay and Scream” package starts at $36.99/person (depending on the night), allowing you to add Halloween Horror Nights onto your theme park ticket.
What’s the scariest haunted house you’ve ever been in?