Universal Orlando starts promotional push for Halloween Horror Nights
Universal Orlando's been sending out its "teaser" press kits in advance of this fall's Halloween Horror Nights
. Theme Park Insider just got its, and I thought you'd like a look.
The press kit came in two deliveries. Yesterday morning, I got a package that included an ornate locked metal box, along with a letter:
You're about to face someone you've never met, but long feared... A key will arrive tomorrow. You'll meet then.
Of course, without the key, you can't open the box (well, unless you snap the rather thin chain - but I played along), so you have to wait until the next day to see what's inside.
And this morning arrived the FedEx envelope with the key.
A strategically placed lipbrush triggered an eerie tune when I opened the jewelry box, which contained a shattered mirror, upon which was scrawled "Welcome to my World." (Bloody Mary's I presume?)
Also in the box were a dried rose and four pictures, each with a message in crayon scribbled on back:"Face your fears""What lies behind the mirror""What awaits you""Fear me"
In keeping with such teaser packages, there was no other information about the event. But we can hook you up with that on our Halloween Horror Nights page, or discussion thread.
Arthur Levine at About.com today has an
My heart is already beating fast just looking at the website and at your promotional package. I just don't think I could take it. I know it is all makebelieve, but they certainly make it look as real as possible. Just watching the videos on travel channel from previous Horror Nights has kept me well away. What can I say, I am a chicken with a long yellow streak down my back.
I've already got my "Fast Passes" for two nights this October. I've never been and a business trip is bringing me in close proximity to Orlando so I'm very much looking forward to my first experience at Halloween Horror Nights.
I just regret that I won't be able to attend this year, unless I happen to win the lottery.
Im heading out from the UK by myself for a week to go to the opening night of Halloween Horror Nights and also for the closing night of Pleasure Island, if anyone fancies going along as a group then let me know, would be good to go with other Horror Night fans
I purchased " fast passes" for HHN. My question for those who attended last year. How fast is fast ? How long is the typical wait when you use a fast pass at Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando ?
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