There are now just under 100 days remaining until the new attraction’s scheduled opening on 1 September.
Auditioning is being planned to find 20 live actors that will feature inside.
Creative director Ailsa Easton has been attempting to research historical records and accounts of gruesome local history – which will be incorporated into the various scenes within the Dungeon.
“Because Blackpool and many other surrounding towns have grown up in relatively recent times, records from centuries past – where they exist at all – are very thin on the ground,” she said.
“Happily we have enough general knowledge about the episodes we are focusing on to be able to develop compelling, nerve-shredding story lines with a measure of theatrical license.”
The Dungeon will open along with the Blackpool Tower Eye in the seceond stage of Merlin Entertainments revamp of the iconic structure.