FX’s fan favorite fright series from Ryan Murphy is returning to Halloween Horror Nights this year as Universal Studios Hollywood has announced a haunted maze themed around American Horror Story: Roanoke.
American Horror Story: Roanoke will unearth the twisted legacy of The Lost Colony of Roanoke, transporting guests to the haunted backwoods of North Carolina where they will experience the terror that has tormented the town for centuries. The all-new maze will unmask a cast of deranged killers, from the cannibalistic Polk family who subsist by feeding upon innocent victims to The Butcher who thrives on human sacrifices.
Here is the official announcement video for Hollywood’s American Horror Story: Roanoke maze:
“The macabre mind of Ryan Murphy brings a treasure-trove of limitless possibilities to ‘Halloween Horror Nights,” said John Murdy, Creative Director at Universal Studios Hollywood and Executive Producer of “Halloween Horror Nights.” “Because of the multitude of terrifying layers that come to life within this latest installment of FX’s ‘America Horror Story,’ we are devoting our entire maze to uncovering every twisted detail to fully immerse our guest into the Roanoke storyline.”
A maze for Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights featuring the Roanoke installment of American Horror Story, along with Asylum and Coven, was previously announced for this year’s Florida event.
“American Horror Story” has won 15 Emmys, three Golden Globes, four Critics’ Choice Awards and one People’s Choice Award since its debut in 2011. The latest installment of “American Horror Story” returns to FX Fall 2017.
“Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios Hollywood starts September 15; exact schedule and pricing have not been announced. Visit HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Hollywood for updates and watch this video for a look at last year’s American Horror Story haunt at HHN Orlando: