The next haunted house for Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights has been revealed, and it’s an original set inside a mysterious cemetery.
“Graveyard Games” will take guests to Ascension Parish Cemetery, where two teens will face the repercussions of awakening the spirits of the dead. Guests will travel through the cemetery, roaming through mausoleums and decaying piles of coffins.
Ghosts of all kinds will rise from their tombstones to get their revenge as you try to escape. In the end, you’ll find out what happened to those who defaced the cemetery.
The house will boast a unique, interactive feature as well, where guests can chat with a few of the local teens and storytellers of the town before entering the haunted house. All you have to do is open Facebook Messenger on your phone to the Halloween Horror Nights page, and there you’ll learn the history and legends of the cemetery.
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off on Friday, Sept. 6 at Universal Studios Florida and Friday, Sept. 13 at Universal Studios Hollywood. To learn more, and to purchase tickets, visit HalloweenHorrorNights.com.
Check out the previous announcements for this year’s event at both resorts below: