‘ScaryTales: Deadly Ever After’ Adds Chills to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights

Universal Orlando has announced yet another haunted house for Halloween Horror Nights — ScaryTales: Deadly Ever After. Here’s more information from the official Universal Orlando blog…

We’re all familiar with the classic fairytales and the warm, fuzzy feelings you get with the “happily ever after” endings. Well, you can kiss those warm, fuzzy feelings goodbye.

Everything good and decent has been stripped away as you’re thrown into the cursed realm of ScaryTales: Deadly Ever After at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights. This is the final haunted house announced, wrapping up our killer lineup of haunted houses at this year’s event – more houses than ever!

This all-new haunted house puts a demented twist on your most beloved fairytales, and we couldn’t be more excited to put you inside a completely new chapter of this fan-favorite series of original houses.

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The original Wicked Witch of the West has seized control of the fairytale realm and is tormenting treasured storybook characters in hideous and cruel alternate storylines. You know…the pure turned evil, the evil gets worse kind of storylines.

And with portions of the house nicknamed: “Revenge,” “Toupee,” and “Splatter” during development, you can bet the stories you grew up on will be ending very differently within this experience. The Witch’s spell spares no one. Her influence is felt throughout the land. With so many nightmares around each turn, you’ll wish it was just a story. Below are a few of the banners you’ll come across as you step into the haunted house, leading you to your “deadly ever after.”

ScaryTales Deadly Ever After Banners

Now, I know you want even more Halloween Horror Nights news. I’ve got it: due to popular demand, from you our fans, we’ve added two more event dates on Wednesday, Sept. 19 and Wednesday, Sept. 26.

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WARNING: Event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 13. No costumes or masks allowed.

This content was originally published on on the official Universal Orlando Resort BlogThe Kingdom Insider takes no responsibility for errors in syndicated content.

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