Halloween might just be one day — or for theme parks, a season that starts in August — but for a certain section of Universal Studios Florida’s fandom, Halloween is every day. Or, at least, it is during Halloween Horror Nights. The park’s Halloween event is a not-safe-for-scaredy-cats celebration of frights that happens every year in Orlando and its counterpart Universal Studios Hollywood.
You can see the decorations during the day throughout the park: stages made of skulls, desiccated barns in nightmarish corn fields, tombs rising from the street in what’s normally the Old Hollywood section of the park. In the New York section, you might
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