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Signs Of Howl-O-Scream Popping Up

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Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Fl. – For many Halloween lovers, it’s never too early to start getting ready. This week more signs of Howl-O-Scream have started to pop up around Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. With less than two weeks until the event kicks off, Busch Gardens is giving you a chance to grab some early merchandise. You might not see it as you walk into the park, but tucked behind the front section of Marrakesh Market you can find the Shop of Horrors. Here you can grab a T-shirt, or maybe a sugar skull or dragon goblet.

Howl-O-Scream merchandise is starting to appear

The shop has some pretty cool props set up to check out as you wander around looking at all the Halloween themed items.

*For a great break down of the Merchandise at Shop Of Horrors, my friends over at Touring Central Florida have a great in depth look at all the items you can find to get you in the Scare Mood!

Signage and Props are starting to become more visible

Tents and Light scaffolding are going up around the park

With Howl-O-Scream beginning Friday September 21, we are sure to see more signs going up around the park in the upcoming days. Howl-O-Scream 2018 takes place on 19 select nights.

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Mike
Hey Hey! I’m Mike, The Social Introvert, and for over 30 years I have been exploring the Sunshine state. As a long time plant-based (vegan) who enjoys pop-culture, the latest tech news and adventuring around Florida, this is the place where I share my adventures and tips on traveling Florida plant-based through my articles and photographs.

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