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ORLANDO, Fla. &endash; From the most horrifying haunted house experiences ever dreamed of, to skin-crawling scare zones that leave no place to hide, Universal Orlando Resort is preparing for its most petrifying Halloween Horror Nights in fifteen years.

With all-new haunted mazes, inescapable scare zones, and scareactors looming around every corner, Universal Orlando Resort's Halloween Horror Nights evolves from the creators' darkest nightmares.

This fall,
Halloween Horror Nights will run for 19 select nights between September 30 and October 31, beginning at 7 p.m., on Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 7-9, 12-16, 20-23 and 27-31. 

"Each year, we unveil new haunted environments, horrifying scareactors and brand new experiences designed to scare everyone who comes to Halloween Horror Nights," said Skip Sherman, senior vice president, entertainment,
Universal Orlando.  "For our fifteenth year, we're bringing to life stories and images that have been manifested from our own worst nightmares." 

From the moment they arrive at Halloween Horror Nights 15, guests will be immersed in a horror-filled environment.  With seven haunted houses through which to navigate, the Halloween Horror Nights experience will not be for the faint-of-heart.  In addition, this year Universal Orlando will debut an all-new "Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure" - the annual stage show which parodies famous icons in popular culture.

Advance tickets for Halloween Horror Nights can now be purchased online at www.halloweenhorrornights.com. Because of the event's popularity, tickets for weekend nights are expected to sell out and should be purchased in advance.  Regular admission for all guests is $59.75.

The Universal Orlando resort destination (www.universalorlando.com) includes two dramatically distinct and adjacent theme parks, the Universal Studios motion picture and television theme park and Islands of Adventure, Orlando's most thrilling and exhilarating theme park. Universal Orlando also includes CityWalk, a 30-acre dining, shopping, club and live-entertainment venue as well as premier on-site Loews hotels and world-class film and television production facilities.

High-resolution Halloween Horror Nights photos are available on our media website at media.universalorlando.com.


Universal Orlando
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