1. Universal Studios Horror Nights - Orlando, FL
Come face to face with your deepest fears as Bloody Mary brings history's most terrifying urban legends to life at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. Trapped inside or on the streets, there's nowhere you're safe. It's the most immersive horror experience ever, with more Scare Zones than ever before, more Scareactors, and the most Haunted Houses ever.
2. Knott’s Scary Farm - Los Angeles, CA
Knott’s Berry Farm will add six new mazes for Halloween Haunt 2008, including a movie tie-in with the upcoming horror-thriller “Quarantine,” according to theme park officials. The 36th annual Knott’s Scary Farm will take place on Wednesdays through Sundays nights from Sept. 25 through Nov. 1, 2008.
3. Kennywood Amusement Park - “Phantom Fright Nights’, Pittsburgh, PA
Each fall, after Kennywood's gates close for the winter, the Phantom takes possession of the midway. Experience many haunted walk-throughs and mazes, including Voo-Doo Bayou, Mortem Manor, Villa of the Vampires, Captain Skully s Curse in 3-D, Fear Festival, Ghostwood Estate and Haunted Ark, plus Kennyville Cemetery and Gory Park.
4. Universal Studios Horror Nights - Hollywood, CA
With an all-new and expanded Terror Tram, new mazes, new shows and new scare zones for 2008, Halloween Horror Nights will once again be the most terrifying Halloween Event in Southern California and is already generating extensive news coverage.
5. Tampa Busch Gardens - Tampa, FL
The event takes place overnight, during select nights in October (typically on the weekends). The event places focus on Haunted Houses, Scare Zones, and Shows. Haunted Houses are enclosed areas with specific storylines and highly themed decor; typically, they lead guests through a somewhat claustrophobic maze with various features designed to startle, confuse, or disquiet those who enter. Scare zones are similar to Haunted Houses, however, they are outdoor areas set in the main paths. The shows are similar in structure to the standard stage shows shown at Busch Gardens, however, they have a halloween setting, and feature dark humor and grotesque scenery.