The 30th edition of Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights will run 39 nights, three fewer than the 2019 event.
“We recently announced we are doing a fourth gate in Orlando in 2023,” said NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke. “We think the theme park business is a great business for us.”
In the audio, guests are heard crying, asking for help from emergency services and expressing serious concern about health problems of those on board the gondolas.
Less than a week prior to the official reveal, the name and description of the show were accidentally posted to the Universal Orlando website.