|Halloween Horror Nights Orlando
|Dungeon of Terror|
|Attraction type||Haunted House|
|Park||Universal Studios Florida|
San Francisco (94)
|Housed in||Jaws Queue (1991-1992) Earthquake Queue (1994)|
|Followed by||Cryptkeeper's Dungeon of Terror (1995)|
Dungeon of Terror was the first and only house presented during Fright Nights, it returned the next year for Halloween Horror Nights II. Both mazes appeared in the Jaws Queue. In the story, the Dungeon of Terror was the storage room for the unmade films of Universal Horror. The films then grew a mind of their own, and began to attack all who entered the Dungeon. It returned again during Halloween Horror Nights IV but this time it was located in the Earthquake Queue.
Description 1991-1992 Edit
Watch as a full cast of madmen and monsters wreak havoc and mayhem within the walls of the dungeons dark, dark depths.
Description 1994 Edit
There is no apparent escape! Are you to become the next victim of the night?
The facade looked like the wall of a castle with a cage with a woman hanging above.
- The house in 1991 was the debut appearance of The Rat Lady.
- This house was the first house in the history of Halloween Horror Nights Orlando and was the first house located in the Jaws Queue and the Earthquake Queue. This was also the first original house.
- One of the rooms in the 1991 house featured a hanging scene.
|Characters: Frankenstein's Monster • Count Dracula • Wolfman • Mummy • Bride of Frankenstein • Gill-Man|
|Mazes: Dungeon of Terror|
|Scarezones: scarezones were not presented at Halloween Horror Nights until 1994.|
|Shows: Beetlejuice Dead in Concert: Featuring the Ghostbusters! • Chainsaw Massacre • Dr. Death • The Human Pincushion • Magical Mania • Madame Kuszel • Cobra Woman • Dragon Breath • Starshower • Paul Revere and the Raiders • Monster Mardi Gras Costume Contest • Prince Dragon • Iron Belly • Dr. Frankenstein's Theater Featuring Mistress of the Night, Frankenstein and Dracula • The Human Impaler • The Gravediggers • The Pendragons • Universal Science Band • Beetlejuice Graveyard Tours|