The Orlando Forum (Website) on international Drive will be hosting a Halloween-themed event next month, appropriately named the “Orlando Forum of Fear.”

The event will feature an original 480-foot-long haunted maze called the “Tunnel of the Damned” created by Halloween Horror Nights veterans Patrick Braillard and Kim Grommoll wich will change its route two times during the month-long run of the event.

The event will also feature food by social media darling Chef Charlie Cobb of Git-N-Messy BBQ. Cobb will be serving up pulled pork sandwiches, rib sandwiches, half racks, and some of his housemade Nashville Hot seasoned potato chips.

Pizzas will also be available from Black Magic Pizza (Website).

Cobb will also be serving a four-course dinner at his “The Dark Seance: A Haunted Dinner Experience” which will feature a medium who will attempt to contact loved ones of the diners, from beyond the grave. Black Forest Cake prepared by Trina Gregory-Propst of Se7enbites Bake Shop (Website) will also be served after the seance. If you’re still alive to enjoy it.

The Forum of Fear kicks off on October 1 and ticket prices will vary from $15-$25 for the Tunnel of the Damned and $87.50 per person for the dinner experience.

The Orlando Forum is located at 6362 International Drive [GMap].

Brendan O'Connor

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