Skull Hunt At Universal Studios Orlando Halloween Horror Nights Announced

Zane Wylie Skulls, an online retailer of real and replica skulls, has announced that it will be hiding skulls at Universal Studios Orlando for guests to find during the park's Halloween Horror Nights.

The announcement will excite Halloween enthusiasts who enjoy scavenger hunts and appreciate the beauty of expertly carved skulls. Guests can search for skulls while they explore the amusement park’s rides, haunted houses, shows, and other attractions.

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By announcing this hide-and-seek event, the company will encourage guests to visit the theme park this Halloween. Representatives of Universal Studios Orlando have indicated that attendance at the park increases by almost 20% whenever Zane Wylie decides to hide skulls at the park.

Visitors of all ages can search the amusement park to find spooky skulls. Guests can search individually, with friends or family, or join a Facebook group of hide-and-seekers. The skulls will be carefully hidden, but accessible for guests. For example, skulls will not be hidden on rides, in lines, in stores, in restaurants, in bathrooms, or in employee-only areas.

Wylie hand-carves intricate designs into human skulls and resin replicas. He creates unique works of art for private collectors to display in their homes or offices. His company also supplies skull props for professional screen and theater productions. Wylie’s creations have been featured in shows and movies such as Preacher, Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, and Constantine.

The handcrafted skulls come in a variety of themes, such as Gothic, Viking & Celtic, Pirate, Peruvian, and Masonic. One of the artist’s most popular collections is his line of Hogwarts-themed skulls inspired by the Harry Potter books and films.

Wylie spends anywhere from 20 to 220 hours designing and carving each skull. Each of his pieces is hand-painted, signed and numbered, so the customer knows he or she is purchasing a one-of-a-kind item. His designs can be carved into resin replicas or real human skulls that were previously used for medical training.

A satisfied customer said, “A perfect heirloom. A beautiful and professionally crafted work of art, that I proudly display in my home. The detail on the hilt is beyond description. ”

Interested parties can learn more about the skulls and scavenger hunt by visiting

Contact Info:
Name: Zane Wylie
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Organization: Zane Wylie Skulls
Address: 52 Tuscan Way, STE 202 Box 274, St. Augustine, Florida 32092, United States

Release ID: 89081192