La Llorona: Cazadora de Niños Returns to HHN

The terrifying Mexican legend of La Llorona returns to Universal Studios Hollywood in the reimagined “Halloween Horror Nights” maze, “La Llorona: Cazadora de Niños.”

La Llorona, the fearful story of melancholy and murder that has terrified Mexican and Latin American children for generations, returns to Halloween Horror Nights, recounting the tortured tale of a mother who drowns her children in a desperate attempt to win a lost love.  When her attempt fails, she drowns herself and is doomed to wander the earth forever after.

According to the legend, La Llorona’s eternally piercing nocturnal cries—“My children!  Where are my children?”—can be heard as her frail, drenched body lurks throughout the dead of night.  Her unsightly presence elicits unwavering dread from the helpless village inhabitants or maze guests as it woefully signifies impending death.

“La Llorona:  Cazadora de Niños,” which translates to “Weeping Woman:  The Child Hunter,” will feature elaborate sets depicting scenes of a small Mexican village and will tell the haunting story through the mind’s eye of a child, riddled with despair and dread, gore and evil.

Play the Weekend Away

Stay with the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City and visit Universal Studios Hollywood!

This package includes :

  • Overnight accommodations at our hotel
  • Two 2-day pass adult tickets at check-in only
  • Complimentary shuttle to Universal Studios

Extra tickets for additional persons are available at the hotel front desk or concierge at $77 USD adults and $69 USD for children age three to 48 inches. For additional nights, please book best available rate. Room tax not included. Extra person is $35.00 per person for occupancy only. No tickets included in the extra person charge. Package only includes two tickets regardless of occupancy.

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