|Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction|
|War of the Living Dead|
|Attraction type||Scare Zone|
|Event||Halloween Horror Nights: Ripped from the Silver Screen|
|Park||Universal Studios Florida|
|Housed on||8th Avenue|
War of the Living Dead was one of the scarezones that took place at Halloween Horror Nights: Ripped from the Silver Screen
The music used in this scarezone, is Lullaby for a Dead Man, and the German National Anthem.
Sometime after World War II, a secret experiment was concieved which could revive soldiers from the dead. However, the experiment went wrong when the soldiers exposed to the experiment fought each other endlessly.
8th avenue was heavy blocked with trees in planters, sandbags, destroyed walls, and several large props. The Shrek end of the street had a howitzer behind a sandbag wall and the Mel's end had a World War II-era transport truck. Both the sandbags and the truck had American zombie soldiers with Tippman paintball markers modified to resembled Thompson submachine guns, which were dry-fired at guests to simulate machine gun fire. In the center of the street was a massive concrete bunker with several smoking holes in the walls. The deep thumps of a heavy machine gun were audible, and a German zombie manned a flamethrower turret on the roof.
The song Lullaby for a Dead Man was from Call of Duty 5: World at War, a world war 2 game.
Another secret, was that on the flamethrower, if you look closely, you can see it is named Caretaker Cane, like the icon of the same name.
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