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Halloween Horror Nights to feature "Stranger Things" -inspired mazes at Universal Studios' theme parks in Hollywood, Orlando & Singapore

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Halloween Horror Nights to feature "Stranger Things" -inspired mazes at Universal Studios' theme parks in Hollywood, Orlando & Singapore

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Universal Studios' theme parks are full of strange & wondrous things. State-of-the-art rides, shows & attractions based on super-popular film & television franchises like "Fast & The Furious" and "The Simpsons." Not to mention fun things to eat & drink like Krusty Burgers, Butterbeer and Voodoo Doughnuts.

But will visitors who journey to the Universal Studios parks soon find themselves craving some Eggo frozen waffles? To be honest, that depends on how familiar these folks are with Netflix's acclaimed original series, "Stranger Things."

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The talented team behind Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights certainly hopes that you are very familiar with this award-winning sci-fi thriller series. That's why they've chosen to build "Stranger Things" -themed mazes at the seasonal hard ticket events they'll be holding at the Universal Studios parks in Hollywood, Orlando & Singapore this Fall.

Universal has been working closely with Matt Duffer, Ross Duffer and Shawn Levy (i.e., the creators & executive producers of this acclaimed Netflix series) to make sure that the "Stranger Things" mazes that'll be featured at Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Singapore will be as authentic as possible.

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Those who are brave enough to enter will find themselves immersed in authentically detailed recreations of selected scenes & storylines from Season One of Stranger Things." They'll journey under the Department of Energy into Hawkins National Laboratory. These guests will also visit the Byers home with its eerie Christmas lights display before then making their way to the Upside Down woods.

Will these Halloween Horror Night attendees encounter a Demogorgon as they make their way through Mirkwood. HHN's design team isn't tipping its hand. Not yet, anyway. All that they were willing to reveal so far is that "Stranger Things" fans can expect to find surprising twists & unexpected turns around every corner as they make their way through the hyper-detailed mazes that are being constructed in Orlando, Hollywood & Singapore.

Halloween Horror Nights begins Friday, September 14 in Hollywood & Orlando and on Friday, September 28 in Singapore. Additional details about these seasonal hard ticket events - which feature multiple movie-quality mazes based on iconic horror television shows, films as well as original stories -- will be revealed soon.

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