Halloween Horror Nights: a night of terror

Photo provided by: Abby Roberson
On Sept. 2, Halloween Horror Nights began its annual appearance at Universal Studios. Featuring 10 bone-chilling houses and a variety of spooky events, Halloween Horror Nights is a hot spot for horror loving adventurists. “I have been to Halloween Horror Nights for three years straight and I am always impressed,” senior Bella Gannam said. “We have bought the Frequent Fear Pass and go about once a week, sometimes more. This year we made it to opening night and seeing the action for the first time and before it could be spoiled was super scary and cool.”

Makayla Martindale and Abby Roberson

Whether looking for the rush of adrenaline or jump-scares around every corner, Halloween Horror Nights provides its guests with a unique night of frights. Being one of the most highly anticipated events of the fall, people from around the nation, especially those from Central Florida, flock to Universal Studios to experience the ten haunted houses, five scare zones, and multitude of roller coasters. Because it is opened from Sept. 2 to Oct. 31, many students have been able to buy tickets to feel the fear for themselves.