ORLANDO, Fla. — Universal Orlando is celebrating its 30th year of Halloween Horror Nights with an all-new haunted house featuring the event’s most notorious characters.
The new house, “Halloween Horror Nights Icons: Captured,” will feature the following icons:
- The Caretaker, a once well-respected surgeon who has become eerily infatuated with the removal of internal organs – especially while his patients are conscious
- The Director, an aspiring filmmaker obsessed with capturing the suffering and torture of his victims on film – placing them in their very own living horror movie
- The Usher, who seeks to invoke violent vengeance on those who don’t follow the rules of his theater
- The Storyteller, who stops at nothing to entrap guests in her latest tales of terror, where no one lives happily ever after
- Jack the Clown – the original Halloween Horror Nights icon and the most feared of them all – with his assistant Chance making a deadly pair who thrive on tormenting victims in ways that embody their sick sense of humor
Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights begins Friday, Sept. 3, and runs select nights through Sunday, Oct. 31, featuring 10 elaborately-themed haunted houses, five scare zones and live entertainment.