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Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction
Scary tales
Scary Tales II
Attraction type Haunted House
Event Halloween Horror Nights: Islands of Fear
Park Universal's Islands of Adventure
Area Toon Lagoon
Year 2002
Housed in Popeye and Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges Queue
Based on Original/ Various Fairy Tales
Presided by Scary Tales (2001)
Followed by Scary Tales: Once Upon a Nightmare (2008)
Scary Tales II was one of the five haunted houses that was featured during Halloween Horror Nights: Islands of Fear.

It was located in the Popeye and Bluto's Bilge-Rat Barges Queue. Universal was able to make a much more intense sequel, as they were removing the gore-free limits from Halloween Horror Nights XI, making this house much more frightening than it's predecessor.

DescriptionEdit

Step into the pages of the grimmest fairy tales ever told, where nobody lives happily ever after… In fact, nobody lives.

FacadeEdit

The facade was the head of a giant rabbit looking creature with pointy sharp teeth and a book behind it.The rabbit had a monocle that would glow. You entered through it’s mouth.

Experience Edit

After entering the mouth, guests would walk up some stairs, as they heard children singing and humming. Near the beginning, guests would walk into a room with many toys, and a floral wallpaper. A Raggedy Anne doll would jump out from behind a wall. The following hallway had smiling mouths painted on the walls. After that, guests would enter a padded room with dead, decaying lambs hanging from the ceiling. Mary would jump out holding a disemboweled lamb. The next room featured a Jester. The "Psychopath Room" was covered in white and black stripes with a scareactor blending into the walls running down a hallway towards guests. In one room, a creature (most likely the Cheshire Cat) would have a spotlight that would shine on him. There was a room featuring Little Miss Muffet who was presumably turned into a spider. Another room featured the Treaks and Foons. A bloody white rabbit with a noose tied around his neck appeared in one scene. A Princess also appeared.

Another room was a cornfield with a doll pinned to the wall and cornstalks hanging from the ceiling. A scarecrow would jump out from behind a fence. Guests also entered Grandma's cottage, where the wolf could be seen dead lying in Grandma's bed. In one room, a creature (most likely the Cheshire Cat) would have a spotlight that would shine on him. There was a room featuring Little Miss Muffet who was presumably turned into a spider. Another room featured the Treaks and Foons. A bloody white rabbit with a noose tied around his neck appeared in one scene. A Princess also appeared. Grandma would then jump out with the wolf's head in her hand. There was another outdoor themed area, with fences lining the path. On these fences were people with bags on their heads. A Pumpkin Head would jump out at guests from behind one of these fences. The finale featured the Headless Horsemen and The Three Little Pigs (the pigs held chainsaws).

Fairy TalesEdit

Nursery RhymesEdit

  • Little Miss Muffet
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb

ScareactorsEdit

Pictures Edit

TriviaEdit

  • This was originally going to be dubbed "Scary Tales Volume 2: Malice In Terrorland", as a reference to the original title of the first Scary Tales haunted house. But for some odd reason, this was also changed.
Halloween Horror Nights: Islands of Fear
Characters: The Caretaker (Event Icon) • Cindy Caine (Scrapped Icon) • Carnage  • Nightmare  • Treaks and Foons  • Dr. Burton
Haunted Houses: Fear Factor  • Maximum Carnage  • Project Evilution  • Scary Tales II  • Screamhouse
Scarezones: Boo-Ville  • Island of Evil Souls  • Island Under Siege  • JP Extinction  • Treaks and Foons • Port of Evil
Shows: Bill & Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure  • Fountain of Evil  • Studio 666  • Town Square of Tortured Souls