Around U.S., Halloween attractions ask guests to take part

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Around U.S., Halloween attractions ask guests to take part

Halloween Horror Nights takes place on select nights through Nov. 2 at Universal Orlando in Orlando, Fla. Theme park streets are populated by actors portraying zombies
A zombie grabs a flag from the belt of someone walking through the Prison of the Dead Escape at Shocktoberfest in Reading, Pa. Halloween-themed attractions are becoming more interactive, with guests no longer merely passive observers walking through a haunted house, but often engaging in a game or challenge as part of the experience.
Guests navigate the “Insidious: Into the Further” maze at Universal Studios Hollywood. The Halloween attraction is based on the blockbuster film “Insidious: Chapter 2.”
A zombie awaits his fate from paintball-shooting visitors at Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum in Flint, Mich. Instead of walking through a haunted house as a passive observer, guests are now being invited to partake in challenges and games of various sorts.
On the Net

SAINT LUCIFER’S SCREAM PARK: Flint, Mich., www.michiganhauntedhouse.com
BUFFALO GAP HISTORIC VILLAGE: Near Abilene, Texas, tfhcc.com/?tribe–events=paranormal-history
KNOTT’S BERRY FARM: Buena Park, Calif., www.knotts.com/haunt/rides-attractions
BUSCH GARDENS: Tampa, Fla., seaworldparks.com/en/howloscream-tampa/Attractions/Haunted-Houses/The-Experiment
SHOCKTOBERFEST: Reading, Pa., www.shocktoberfest.com
EREBUS: Pontiac, Mich., www.hauntedpontiac.com
VOODOO MUSIC EXPERIENCE: New Orleans, Nov. 1-3, thevoodooexperience.com
DISNEY: Lake Buena Vista, Fla., disneyworld.disney.go.com/events-tours/magic-kingdom/mickeys-not-so-scary-halloween-party
UNIVERSAL: Orlando, Fla., and Hollywood, Calif., www.halloweenhorrornights.com
CEDAR POINT: Sandusky, Ohio, www.cedarpoint.com/haunt

Around U.S., Halloween attractions ask guests to take part

Halloween Horror Nights takes place on select nights through Nov. 2 at Universal Orlando in Orlando, Fla. Theme park streets are populated by actors portraying zombies
A zombie grabs a flag from the belt of someone walking through the Prison of the Dead Escape at Shocktoberfest in Reading, Pa. Halloween-themed attractions are becoming more interactive, with guests no longer merely passive observers walking through a haunted house, but often engaging in a game or challenge as part of the experience.
Guests navigate the “Insidious: Into the Further” maze at Universal Studios Hollywood. The Halloween attraction is based on the blockbuster film “Insidious: Chapter 2.”
A zombie awaits his fate from paintball-shooting visitors at Saint Lucifer’s Haunted Asylum in Flint, Mich. Instead of walking through a haunted house as a passive observer, guests are now being invited to partake in challenges and games of various sorts.
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