This year’s Howl-O-Scream is designed to prey on your deepest fears. Here's what's new to Howl-O-Scream 2013:
Ok everyone, here we go! It’s time for Howl-O-Scream 2013 and Friday is opening night! I love this time of year. The temperature drops (a bit) and everything seems to be pumpkin flavored. Then when the weekend sun goes down, the Howl-O-Scream turns up the heat! This year is sure to get your blood rushing. But while you are here exploring the many ways to meat your fate, stop by the Shop of Horrors. It’s just as you enter the park. You honestly can’t miss it.
Since the very first year of Howl-O-Scream, Scott Swenson has led its creative direction, and now he’s being UNLEASHED for this exclusive tour!
Two years ago, the creators of Howl-O-Scream changed the haunt industry forever when they introduced Alone: A Personal Experience in Horror. Now, the Howl-O-Scream creative team is introducing the next twisted level of interactive scare experiences that they promise to be “the most personally invasive haunted attraction in Howl-O-Scream history” with The Experiment.
The first of the 13 evils to be unveiled was #6 the VooDoo Queen. Now you will play a part in creating her haunted lair, Death Water Bayou. For the first time ever, on Howl-O-Scream’s Facebook, vote to determine three key elements of a brand new haunted house. VOTE NOW.
For 13 weeks we’ve covered the 13 superstitions at Howl-O-Scream’s 13th year.
From creaky rocking chairs to black cats, we’ve explored the history, meaning, consequences and legends of common myths. Have you followed all of our stories?
If you missed a few...lucky for you, you can enjoy our look back through the curses and myths at Howl-O-Scream:
You’ve walked under ladders, you’ve broken mirrors, you’ve even stepped on cracks and opened umbrellas inside. After all the bad luck that you’ve accumulated, isn’t it time some good luck came your way?
It’s time to look at the two superstitions at Howl-O-Scream that are meant to bring good luck or keep you safe: rabbit’s feet and the safety circle.
Last month, more than 60 students from 17 different schools attended High School Journalism Day at Busch Gardens. They auditioned to be Howl-O-Scream scare-actors, took a behind-the-scenes tour of a haunted house, and tried out garland wrapping for Christmas Town.
There are just three weeks left of Howl-O-Scream. You haven’t gone yet? Then you are definitely missing out! For all you procrastinating scare-lovers out there, I have a few deals to tell you about. These tips will help you save your money getting your whole crew in so you have more money to spend on things like beverages (if you're 21 and up, beers and cocktails) once you're inside the gates.