Universal adds another date to their nights of fright at their premier Halloween event (Photo: Universal Orlando)

Your Halloween just got scarier.  Universal Orlando recently added an extra day to Halloween Horror Nights 2019. The annual scarefest will now haunt on October 21.

Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights is in its 29th year as the nation’s premier Halloween event and is now running for a recording-breaking 42 nights. Halloween Horror Nights, which kicked off Sept. 6, runs on select nights through Nov. 2. Oct. 21 is the only scheduled Monday during 2019′s Horror Nights.

According to the Universal Orlando website, Oct. 21 will be included in some multi-night ticket options, including the Frequent Fear Pass, Frequent Fear Plus Pass and Ultimate Frequent Fear Pass.

This isn’t the first time Universal Orlando has added an extra day to Halloween Horror Nights. In 2018, the Orlando theme park added a day later in the HHN season.

This year’s event features 10 haunted houses based on many classic ‘80s horror films and cult classics including Ghostbusters, Netflix’s Stranger Things, and Killer Klowns From Outer Space. The haunts continue in the streets of Universal in the event’s five scare zones. A live show and Universal’s thrill rides also provide some screams.

To book October 21 look for discounted Halloween Horror Nights here on Orlando Fun Tickets.