Final Haunted House Revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2019

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Final Haunted House Revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 2019
Step inside the House of 1000 Corpses…
The full Halloween Horror Nights line-up is finally here, and it couldn’t be more terrifying.

It’s time for the final Haunted House reveal for Universal Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights 2019, and this one looks especially ‘deadly’.

Step inside musician/filmmaker Rob Zombie’s Horror Masterpiece, House of 1000 Corpses. Yes, you read that right - 1000 corpses!

In this new attraction, the house has been filled with the Firefly families collection of blood and gore. You’ll discover why this house is built on horror, and see “The Legend of Doctor Satan” come to life before your very eyes. Make sure to keep a lookout for Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen, Fish Boy! If you’re lucky, you’ll escape the house as fast as a rabbit, minus the fluffy bunny costume and tragic ending. 

 

 

This final and tenth house joins a host of other hair-raising attractions at Halloween Horror Nights Orlando. Take a look at the full list here: 

Netflix’s Stranger Things

Nightingales: Blood Pit

Universal Monsters

Depths of Fear

Yeti: Terror of the Yukon

Ghostbusters 

Killer Klowns From Outer Space 

Jordan Peele’s Us

Graveyard Games 

The event will also feature five new scare zones, shows, and a range of other live entertainment to sink your teeth into.

It all kicks off next month on September 6, running on selected nights until November 2. 


Ready to get your scare on? Browse our Halloween Horror Nights tickets for Universal Orlando Resort here. 


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