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SeaWorld Orlando announces details for first-ever Howl-O-Scream

ORLANDO, Fla. — Details are trickling in for the first-ever Howl-O-Scream at SeaWorld Orlando this fall.

The park on Tuesday unveiled several “horror-ticulture” themed Howl-O-Scream elements that will terrify guests this fall:

  • Haunted house: Dead Vines

Something is stirring among the trees. A shiver runs down your spine as you creep forward, one timid step at a time. Is this jungle alive…or undead? There’s an ominous force at work here, a merciless mistress of ivy and evil. She’s poisoned these woods with an all-consuming appetite for visitors like you. Keep moving and find a way out before it’s too late. You don’t want to end up dead on the vine.

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  • Scarezones and roaming haunts: Witchcraft Bayou

The cult is growing, and the lure is powerful. It’s hazardous to pass through this backwater bayou, but there’s no way around. Voodoo and witchcraft aren’t real, right? Tell that to the zealous worshippers trying to shackle you with their spells. They won’t rest until your soul belongs to her too. Stay alert, or the dark magic will drag you down.

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  • Themed bar experience: Poison Grotto

What’s your poison? Unwind with a refreshing concoction and explore the enticing atmosphere of this unearthly lounge. It’s a fleeting escape from the deadly vines and savage servants nearby. Just be sure to keep your eyes open and pay proper respect to the one who invited you in. You’re her guest here, and she’s always watching.

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In addition, SeaWorld has announced its “sinister sale” with up to 70% off tickets for a limited time. Click here for more details.

Howl-O-Scream takes place select nights Sept. 10 through Oct. 31 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.

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