"Guests will face bloody terrors in Dracula's castle and flee from what is behind the cryptic howls of the grim forest. They'll run from the horrifying manmade monster within Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory, and fall prey to an ancient Egyptian curse as they are pursued by the evil Mummy. Guests will try to escape the mysterious Creature lurking in the Black Lagoon, or become victims of other horrors waiting in the shadows."Halloween Horror Nights 2019 runs from Sept. 6 to Nov. 2, and tickets can be purchased here.
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