American Horror Story returning to Halloween Horror Nights 27

American Horror Story returning to Halloween Horror Nights 27

American Horror Story returning to Halloween Horror Nights 27

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Universal Orlando Resort just announced that the popular FX show, American Horror Story, will be returning to Halloween Horror Nights 27. The haunted house will feature content from season two: “Asylum,” season three: “Coven” and season six: “Roanoke.”

Some of the highlights from season 2 will include Dr. Arden’s  human “Rasper” experiments and an encounter with serial killer, Bloody Face. Guests will encounter New Orleans aesthetics, including Salem witches, the voodoo Queen of New Orleans Marie Laveau, and the sadistic Madame Delphine LaLaurie, in the “Coven” season area of the haunted house. And finally, guests will have an up-close and personal encounter with the Millers story in the “Roanoke” season area of the haunted house, which will feature Piggy, the Polk family and the ghosts of the blood moon.

“We are thrilled to bring the incredible storytelling and iconic characters of ‘American Horror Story’ back to Halloween Horror Nights for a second year,” said Michael Aiello, Sr. Director of Entertainment Creative for Universal Orlando Resort. “Last year, ‘American Horror Story’ was the highest guest-rated haunted house in Halloween Horror Nights history – and we can’t wait to immerse our guests in all-new horrors from the show.”

It was also announced that this will be the largest maze at HHN 27 this year, A.K.A. the “uber-maze.”

Halloween Horror Nights 27 will run for a record-breaking 34 select nights from September 15 to November 4. For all of the latest news, photos and more from HHN 27, be sure to check out our HHN Guide.

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Clint Gamache

Clint has been obsessed with theme parks ever since moving to Florida in the 90’s. His knowledge of theme parks expands beyond Orlando, and he enjoys sharing that knowledge with everyone he meets.