How to technically deliver the best scare is the objective of Universal Orlando's Halloween event, the month-long scare fest, held for the first time this year at Universal's Islands of Adventure (October 4-November 2). “We want it to be creepy and scary enough to make people uneasy,” says T.J. Mannarino, the in-house director of art and design who coordinates the project. “Most people are afraid of the unknown, so we start from there and create different environments, like a morgue or a ...

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