Seth Kubersky at the Orlando Weekly has suggested nine steps that Universal Orlando could take to help prevent attacks on scare actors at Halloween Horror Nights next year.
Attacks at this year's event prompted a few scare actors to quit, elicited arrests of visitors, and fueled many news stories. Kubersky suggestions included a mix of operational changes and changes in scheduling and pricing for the event.
Ultimately, the problem comes down to this: Universal has too many visitors in too small a space at the same time, without assigning effective and appropriate resources to come down on those people who step out of line.
Some people might not like Kubersky's suggestions, which effectively would see an increase in prices for some HHN visitors, thanks to curbing discounts on certain evenings and reducing the number of line-skipping passes available. But if fans got a Halloween Horror Nights that operated more smoothly, with a HHN team that felt more secure in the ability to do their jobs, everyone might benefit from these changes.
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