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16th April 2014

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A second set of images from The Rocky Horror Picture Show: A Tribute at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root?

Thanks to HHNYearbook.com for the last image in the third row.

16th April 2014

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The first show at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root? was The Rocky Horror Picture Show: A Tribute performed on the Beetlejuice Stage.

This was the fourth presentation of this show at HHN in Orlando and the first time the show was presented since 2009.

16th April 2014

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Of all the wondrous horrors that have appeared throughout the years at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort there was only one that consistently returned year after year since the very beginning.
This was the mysterious maiden known only as The Rat Lady who first terrified us literally under our feet… in the floor of the very first haunted house, the original Dungeon of Terror at Fright Nights in 1991.
Since then she appeared a couple more times in haunted houses, but was more often seen in the streets as her elegant rat-filled glass coffin was pulled along by her loyal attendants and minions.
But at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root? this all changed.
For the first time ever in the history of HHN in Orlando, The Rat Lady was nowhere to be seen.
It has never been revealed exactly why she was excluded from the Event last year, perhaps it had something to do with Universal’s contract with AMC that all street experiences would exclusively be The Walking Dead?
All I know for sure is that we sorely missed her last year, and we can only hope that the good people who make such decisions will allow her to return to us again this year at Halloween Horror Nights 24.

Of all the wondrous horrors that have appeared throughout the years at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort there was only one that consistently returned year after year since the very beginning.

This was the mysterious maiden known only as The Rat Lady who first terrified us literally under our feet… in the floor of the very first haunted house, the original Dungeon of Terror at Fright Nights in 1991.

Since then she appeared a couple more times in haunted houses, but was more often seen in the streets as her elegant rat-filled glass coffin was pulled along by her loyal attendants and minions.

But at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root? this all changed.

For the first time ever in the history of HHN in Orlando, The Rat Lady was nowhere to be seen.

It has never been revealed exactly why she was excluded from the Event last year, perhaps it had something to do with Universal’s contract with AMC that all street experiences would exclusively be The Walking Dead?

All I know for sure is that we sorely missed her last year, and we can only hope that the good people who make such decisions will allow her to return to us again this year at Halloween Horror Nights 24.

16th April 2014

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Another video of the Opening Scareamony at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root? this one focused more on the Zombie action at the gate.

16th April 2014

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Video of the Opening Scareamony at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root?

16th April 2014

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A second set of images from the Opening Scareamony of Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root?

Thanks to HHNYearbook.com for the top image.

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There was also one additional “Street Experience” at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root? this was a nightly presentation of Walking Dead Zombies and Human Survivors at the Main Gate entrance to the park.

Each evening, weather permitting when the park would re-open for the Event, there was a sort of "Opening Scareamony" where a Survivor would try to warn away the queued up guests awaiting admission from the oncoming horde of hungry Zombies.

Thanks to HHNYearbook.com for the second image in the second row.

16th April 2014

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The 37th opening of the 2013 - 2014 Broadway Season is the revival of the play, Of Mice and Men which begins a limited engagement at the Longacre Theatre today to run until July.

The 37th opening of the 2013 - 2014 Broadway Season is the revival of the play, Of Mice and Men which begins a limited engagement at the Longacre Theatre today to run until July.

16th April 2014

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T Shirt of the day.

T Shirt of the day.

15th April 2014

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Video of the Zombie Bomb at Halloween Horror Nights 23: What Evil Has Taken Root?