Universal previews Halloween Horror Nights with eery podcast clip

Universal Resort Orlando previewed its upcoming Halloween Horror Nights with an eery podcast clip about the “sinister origin” of the event.

On Friday, park officials posted a 10-minute video clip to social media previewing the event, which takes place on select nights between September 1 and October 31, 2023.

In the first 45 seconds of the clip, a female podcast host speaks briefly about the “truth” behind the event, which will celebrate its 32nd year in business.

“We’ll uncover the truth about what’s really going on at Halloween Horror Nights,” says the host.

Throughout the ten-minute clip, which is largely white noise and static, various noises can be heard. Beginning at the 4:20 mark, a female can be heard screaming in the distance. A few seconds later, the host can be seen standing up and shaking.

“The signs are everywhere, hiding in plain sight,” says the host at the beginning of the clip. “Is it just fanciful role plays, or something rooted in sinister origin?”

At one point, the host makes reference to “the legend of A.J. Chen.”

Just before the seven-minute mark of the video, a voice can be heard faintly breathing and laughing.

No additional information was given throughout the video, and it ends with eery sounds before cutting out.

Tickets are currently on sale for Halloween Horror Nights through the Universal Orlando Resort website.

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