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SeaWorld Orlando is preparing its third annual scare event, Howl-O-Scream, with three new haunted houses and four new scare zones—for a terrifying total of five haunted houses and seven scare zones—along with fan-favorite attractions like Manta, Mako, Pipeline, and Ice Breaker. The 2023 event will take place on select nights from Sept. 8 to Oct. 31.

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Zombies chill during Howl-O-Scream.

New haunted abodes include D3LER1UM666 Laboratories, which traps visitors in the darkness of an inescapable research facility surrounded by water; Beneath the Ice—A Meltdown, an Arctic rescue adventure; and Dead Vines: Nawlin’s Nightmare, a creepy visit to the home of Hex, a local conjurer.

And then there are the new scare zones: Toxic Turmoil, a lethal landfill filled with mutant creatures and hungry plants; Blood Light District, where unsuspecting visitors are cursed by the locals; and Carn-EVIL Pier, the dark side of a typical carnival.

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High-energy shows like the haunting Siren’s Song and the award-winning Monster Stomp are complemented by such delectable dishes as the Vampire Burger, Bloody Ribs, Dead Flesh and The Ofrenda. Not to be outdone, signature drinks include the Siren’s Kiss.

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Specialty bars serve themed drinks.

A good way to experience Howl-O-Scream is with SeaWorld Orlando’s Monster Sale offering 40 percent off. But hurry: from now through Aug. 20, general admission tickets to Howl-O-Scream start as low as $37.99. Annual Pass Members can get even bigger discounts with ticket prices as low as $32.99.

For multiple scares, unlimited admission tickets start at $104.99 with no blackout dates.

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