Since 1969, Disneyland's Haunted Mansion has been delighting millions of foolish mortals with its 999 happy haunts, stretching portraits, and Doombuggies. And with five versions of the Mansion available to visit around the world, it quickly became a guest favorite and a Disney icon.
Over the years, tasty tidbits, eerie info, and tantalizing trivia have been gathered and shared by die-hard fans about the deliciously dark ride. Here are just a few selected details and trivia about both the Disneyland and Magic Kingdom versions of the Haunted Mansion, guaranteed to make a grim ghost grin from ear to ear.
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The Haunted Mansion Has Many Homes
The Haunted Mansion is the only attraction located in four different lands in four different Disney Parks: New Orleans Square at Disneyland; Liberty Square at Walt Disney World; Fantasyland at Tokyo Disneyland; and Frontierland at Disneyland Paris.Ghostly good tidbit?
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The Disneyland Haunted Mansion Was Inspired By The Shipley-Lydecker House
The Disneyland Haunted Mansion was inspired by the Shipley-Lydecker House in Baltimore, Maryland, which featured detailed iron work and railings.
The house was demolished in 1967.Ghostly good tidbit?
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The Black Widow Bride Is Featured Throughout The Mansion
Constance Hatchaway is first spotted as an older woman sitting upon her husband's tomb as a stretching portrait in the elevator before guests meet her in the attic, surrounded by the portraits for her five former husbands.Ghostly good tidbit?
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'Hidden Mickey' In The Ballroom Scene In Disneyland
There is usually a "Hidden Mickey" (a Mickey head formed from shapes hidden in plain site) on the dining table in the ballroom scene.Ghostly good tidbit?