Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction
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Horror Comes Home
Attraction type Scarezone
Event Halloween Horror Nights: Sweet 16
Park Universal Studios Florida
Area Hollywood
Year 2006
Housed in Hollywood
Based on Original

Horror Comes Home was one of the four scarezones that were featured during Halloween Horror Nights: Sweet 16. It was located in Hollywood and was advertised as a walk down memory lane. At night, red fog covered area, as characters of the past attacked guests. Banners of the past 16 years adorned each lamppost. At night, four large fires were started, each with the faces of the four icons in them.

History and Location Edit

For their 2006 event, Universal would decide to have all of their and scarezones (and haunted houses) be sequels or prequels to landmark houses and scarezones in the past. The Horror Comes Home scarezone was different, in the fact that it would celebrate all of the past years of Halloween Horror Nights by having select scareactors from previous years appear in this scarezone.

The scarezone would be located in an area called Hollywood, an area of Universal Studios Florida located to the right of the park entrance. It is a recreation of the city of Hollywood (minus the famous sign).

Description Edit

Step into a surreal world of Horror Nights past and present.

Scareactors Edit

Pictures Edit

Halloween Horror Nights: Sweet 16
Characters: Jack the Clown  • The Caretaker  • The Director  • The Storyteller (Event Icons)  • The Projectionist  • The Inmates of Shadybrook Asylum  • Eddie Schmidt  • Cindy Caine  • Norman Bates
Haunted Houses: All Nite Die-In: Take 2  • Dungeon of Terror: Retold  • People Under the Stairs: Under Construction  • PsychoScareapy: Maximum Madness  • Psycho Path: The Return of Norman Bates  • Run: Hostile Territory  • Screamhouse: The Resurrection
Scarezones: Blood Masquerade  • Deadtropolis: Zombie Siege  • Harvest of the Souls  • Horror Comes Home
Shows: The Arrival  • Bill & Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure  • Robosaurus  • Sweet 16: The Director's Cut
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