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Universal Halloween Horror Nights
Having been to Universal Studios Orlando Halloween Horror nights many years ago it was great to hear from friends and family who have just visited that Universal have made this attraction even better. From all reports it has become far scarier!
Over the years this event has become part and parcel of the Universal experience and has built up quite a reputation to be very scary indeed. As Universal make great films this is transferred over to the Horror nights, with loads of creatures and scary people dressed up. Overall the feel is very good.
There are many areas that come alive in the evening, they are called zones. In each zone there are many people only too willing to jump out on you and scare you half to death! All the rides are kept open so you can ride these in between visiting many of the haunted houses.
Each of the haunted houses have different themes to them, dungeon of terror, psysoscareapy, all nite die to name a few. So you can sort of guess from this that they are not the sort of places you would like to spend too much time!
My favorite was Dungeon of terror, a place where the local storyteller makes sure you pay him loads of attention and tells you about how many people have been tortured and left to die in exactly the same spot as we are all standing. So long as to say we were all allowed to leave (after a couple more frights).
Others include, Scream house – where the evil has risen again and is not too happy to meet all the guests. Prepare to escape as fast as you can, before you join them. Psycho path – The return of Norman Bates, but beware that your mind plays loads of tricks on you. Run – an underworld where guests hear about innocent people coming to a savage end!
If you have never been to see a Universal Horror night I would seriously consider trying to go to one. I must have screamed my head off hundreds of times and by the end of the night I had lost my voice. Include the very professional way that Universal deliver this and you have a very good night out. The only negative I could say is that the night is very expensive, costing $19 per adult, include 2 children and it can be an expensive trip (as it is not included in your Universal ticket). Having said that, it is certainly worth it. Roll on next year!
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