Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction
Human Blockhead
Attraction type


Event Halloween Horror Nights II

Halloween Horror Nights III

Park Universal Studios Florida
Area New York (1992)

San Francisco (1993)

Year 1992


Housed in Sting Alley (1992)

San Francisco (1993)

Based on Original
Preceded By The Human Pincushion (1991)

Human Blockhead was one of the seventeen shows that were featured during Halloween Horror Nights II. The show was located in New York, right outside of the entrance to Sting Alley (near Kongfrontation).

It returned the following year, that time located in San Francisco across the street from the entrance to Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue. The show was a man who would stick nails in his nasal cavity, stick pins in his head, and swallow swords. During this event, it was a part of the Midway of the Bizarre.

Description (1992)[edit | edit source]

He swallows swords, pounds nails into his head, and eats fire.

Description (1993)[edit | edit source]

Gut of iron. Head of pine.

Halloween Horror Nights II
Haunted Houses: Dungeon of Terror • The People Under the Stairs
Shows: Bill & Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure  • Carnival of Horror  • The Pendragons  • Robosaurus  • Thunderdome  • The Incinerator  • Human Blockhead  • Misfortune Tellers  • Bone Bender  • Hex Maniacs  • Grand Illusion  • Dragon Breath  • Monkey Ladies  • Hell Cats  • Blade Walker  • Rock 'N Roll With Wolfman Jack  • Roni Nu's Revue
Show Collection: Midway of the Bizarre
Haunted Attractions: Alien Forest  • Voyage into the Unknown  • Tramway of Doom  • Terror Underground
Halloween Horror Nights III
Haunted Houses: The Slaughterhouse • The People Under the Stairs • The Psycho Path Maze
Shows: Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure  • Crossbows of Death  • Hex Maniacs  • Human Blockhead  • Robosaurus  • Rock Inferno Featuring Herb Williams and Gibraltar • Burn and Bury
Unofficial Shows: Prince Dragon  • Blade Walker
Show Collection: Midway of the Bizarre
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