Yeti: Terror of the Yukon Announced for HHN 29

One of the breakout stars of last year’s Halloween Horror Nights was the Swamp Yeti from the Slaughter Sinema house. Someone must’ve really loved the idea to continue using the Yeti for Halloween Horror Nights, because this year we’ll have the return of the fabled creature in the latest house to be announced – Yeti: Terror of the Yukon. However, this won’t be the lighthearted B-movie scares from Attack of the Swamp Yeti in Slaughter Sinema. This house will be delivering bloodthirsty terror as it portrays a new take on the folklore of the wild Yeti.

The house will place you in a labyrinth of caves complete with a trail of blood leading into the caves. Screams will echo throughout the icy tunnels for those who couldn’t escape from the Yetis. Along the way, we’ll find the remains of those who came before us and unfortunately we’ll probably suffer the same outcome. Either the Yetis will get you or the cold.

Here is the story according to Universal:

Deep in the remote tundra of the Yukon, loggers and trappers seek refuge from the frigid grip of an arctic blizzard. But out in the darkness, a terror lurks far more dangerous than the deluge of snow and ice. These unfortunate souls have intruded into a territory that is haunted by their worst nightmares. Enter a logging camp that’s been torn apart, floors caked with snow, bones and gore. Right outside, screams are frozen on the faces of those who fled the towering monsters only to succumb to the elements. But there is no escape from beasts as brutal as the winter.

This is the fifth announcement for Halloween Horror Nights 29 along with Stranger Things, Nightingales: Blood Pit, Universal Monsters, and Depths of Fear. Halloween Horror Nights will feature 10 houses, 5 scare zones, and plenty of entertainment! Halloween Horror Nights kicks of September 6 and runs through November 2.

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