Universal Studios hosts Halloween Horror Nights
UNIVERSAL CITY, CA — Universal Studios has converted its 415-acre theme park and movie studio into one big haunted house for Halloween.
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is a 13-night event being held on the weekends leading up to Halloween. The park will be haunted by some of the studio’s most notorious villains including Freddy from “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” Jason from “Friday the 13th,” and Leatherface from “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.”
Visitors will feel the splatter of blood (water), the cold of death, and the smell of vomit while they weave through the Universal backlot.
For the first time, people will be allowed into the undeveloped hills on the fringes of the property where the dirt-path trails have been converted into Camp Crystal Lake from “Friday the 13th.”
The studio has spent nearly eight months in planning and designing the tour. Ticketes are $54.
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