Universal Orlando Resort has almost rounded out its lineup of houses for Halloween Horror Nights 29. “Graveyard Games” has been announced as the ninth haunted house for this year’s event at Universal Studios Florida.
- “Graveyard Games” will transport guests to a haunted cemetery where vengeful spirits have been awakened from their graves.
- Teens will be seen playing amongst the tombstones of Ascension Parish Cemetery.
- Guests will witness the repercussions of the disrespectful antics of two of them who have awakened the spirits of the dead.
- As guests venture through the graveyard in the dead of night, the ghastly apparitions will rise from their tombstones and guests will make their way through dark mausoleums and decaying piles of coffins.
- Skeletal beings, ghastly apparitions and vengeful spirits will try to drag guests to the grave, and in the end, guests will see what happens to those who deface the cemetery.
- The experience doesn’t start in the house however. Guests are invited to chat with a few of the local teens and storytellers of the town using the Facebook Messenger app on the Halloween Horror Nights page.
- You can learn the history and the spooky legends of the cemetery before venturing into the house this September.
More on Halloween Horror Nights 2019:
- Halloween Horror Nights begins on Friday September 6 at Universal Studios Florida and on Friday, September 13 in Universal Studios Hollywood.
- Tickets and vacation packages for Halloween Horror Nights 2019 at Universal Orlando are available now.
- Jordan Peele’s Us is coming to the even on both coasts.
- A maze based on the classic horror anthology film Creepshow has been announced for Hollywood.
- The Killer Klowns from Outer Space will return to Florida and make their debut at Hollywood with houses at both events.
- Who ya gonna call? The Ghostbusters will be coming to Halloween Horror Nights with houses at both resorts.
- Stranger Things will be returning to both coasts, with houses recreating the second and third seasons of the hit Netflix series.
- The classic Universal monsters will also be terrifying guests at this year’s event on both coasts.
- On the east coast, “Nightingales: Blood Pit”, “Depths of Fear” and “Yeti: Terror of the Yukon” have been announced for Halloween Horror Nights 29 in Florida, while Hollywood has announced a Holidayz in Hell maze for this year’s event.