|Halloween Horror Nights Orlando attraction|
|Attraction type||Haunted House|
|Event||Halloween Horror Nights: Twenty Years of Fear|
|Park||Universal Studios Florida|
|Housed in||Disaster! Queue|
|Preceded by||Dead Exposure|
Six months after the zombie outbreak, independent training consultants promise the best zombie survival training money can buy... more or less.
The United States government has re-taken the continental United States, and is actively engaged in clearing the remaining infested pockets of Canada. The government also licenses and sanctions private companies to capture "un-live" subjects and use them as practical targets during these training sessions. Dozens of independent training consultant "companies" spring up, promising the best training that money can buy...and then there's ZAP...The Zombie Awareness Program.
Run by George Savini and Tom Romero, two dudes who extensively studied the Zombie Survival genre long before the first outbreaks, the best word to describe ZAP would be "discount".
- Tom Romero and George Savini are references to Dawn of the Dead, and Night of the Living Dead director George Romero, and Friday the 13th, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and the Thing makeup artist Tom Savini. Ironically, all the movies mentioned above were featured as Halloween Horror Nights houses in the past.
- The house has a brief mention of Dead Exposure in the queue video, saying Charlie McPherson's images were captured and analyzed by ZAP.
- This houe was one of the first to be directly connected to events occurring in a scarezone: the power failure that causes the zombies to escape was caused by the Zombie Gras float crashing into the power lines outside.