Your Favourite Scene In Haunted Mansion..

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Your Favourite Scene In Haunted Mansion..

I think that HM is my favourite attraction in MK...I never get tired riding on the doom buggy..They are so many scenes I like but this one always fascinates me..I don't know why, it just does..What is your favourite scene...

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That's really cool but it's the dining room for me!

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The bit at the end when the credits roll and we can just forget the whole debacle and Eddie Murphy can ruin a different franchise laugh

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figgy wrote:
That's really cool but it's the dining room for me!

Ditto for me! I was about 8 years old the first time I went to WDW, and the dining room scene from HM is the thing I remember most. I found it absolutely fascinating at age 8 and still do at age 50.

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Definitely love this attraction - everything about it! I think the stretching room is my fave. Love watching the faces of people who have not been in there before!

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Mrferret wrote:
The bit at the end when the credits roll and we can just forget the whole debacle and Eddie Murphy can ruin a different franchise laugh

Hey!... mad I enjoyed that film.. laugh ...It's better watching it with a large glass of wine..You see things you've missed the first time.. waiting

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Gosh, just one? I am guessing you want a proper answer, and not the whole thing. OK. I think I will go with Madame Leota's seance. But, the attic scene is great. And my favorite Hidden Mickey is in the graveyard. And the blast of cold air for running chills. And the footprints on the stairs. And the ghost authors. And the fat lady sings. And the poor cemetery keeper and his dog. And the singing busts. And "There's always my way". And "Hurry back!". And Madame Leota's headstone outside.

Ack! I can't! I can't pick just one! gaah

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That's a good picture. Who took that? Was a flash used? It looks as bright as day in there.

I like the bride...she's pretty creepy.

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The Colonel wrote:
That's a good picture. Who took that? Was a flash used? It looks as bright as day in there.

I like the bride...she's pretty creepy.

I double clicked it onto my I- Pad from a Disney related article..Cheating as usual..My photos never turn out as good as yours..

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Since I am assuming all of it does not qualify as an answer, I am torn between the dining room and the end where you meet your hitchhiking ghosts.

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Love the indoors graveyard tour Ghost , what details! Never get tired of it awesome

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I'm especially fond of the dining room scene, but I love everything except the bride...she REALLY creeps me out. Don't know whether Robyn noticed in March, but I close my eyes when the bride is about to come into view.

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Ohhhh tough question. Ok I'm going to go with the footsteps on the stairs OR the graveyard. I really love the music in there.
Oh and it's the only ride I LIKE getting stuck on. Gives me more time to look around!

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If I had to pick just one scene I think my favorite is the end when you see the 3 Hitchhiking ghosts and find out which one followed you home.

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muchlove I love the hitchhiking Ghosts !!!!
But I also am a big fan of ode to mc escher through the room of stairs.

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crazycatperson wrote:
I'm especially fond of the dining room scene, but I love everything except the bride...she REALLY creeps me out. Don't know whether Robyn noticed in March, but I close my eyes when the bride is about to come into view.

ohmygosh me too!! She's soooo creepy!! That was my first thought when I saw the thread title. I don't have a favorite, but I definitely have a LEAST favorite! laugh

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The Watchmaker wrote:
I think that HM is my favourite attraction in MK...I never get tired riding on the doom buggy..They are so many scenes I like but this one always fascinates me..I don't know why, it just does..What is your favourite scene...

Definitely the Ballroom scene, especially after seeing how "Pepper's Ghost" works when we went behind the scenes in the Marceline to Magic Kingdom Tour.

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alicemouse wrote:
crazycatperson wrote:
I'm especially fond of the dining room scene, but I love everything except the bride...she REALLY creeps me out. Don't know whether Robyn noticed in March, but I close my eyes when the bride is about to come into view.

ohmygosh me too!! She's soooo creepy!! That was my first thought when I saw the thread title. I don't have a favorite, but I definitely have a LEAST favorite! laugh

OMG thats what I thought to!!! she scares me and my mam so much!!! haha

I think my fav is hitchiking ghosts!

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The dining room or the hitchhikers. I'll add my name to list of people who think the bride sway too creepy. I also don't like the popup ghosts in the graveyard. I don't like things that jump at me in the dark. My reactions are usually not very Disney friendly. I pretty much close my eyes through the graveyard or sing Grim Grinning Ghosts really loud until the hitchhikers.

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Its definitely the ballroom scene for me because I got dance in the ballroom with a very good friend. We were the only ones to dance in their on our tour.

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I like the end where the host says "Now I will raise the safety bar and a goat will follow you home". wink

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I like the end where the host says "Now I will raise the safety bar and a goat will follow you home". wink

(Envisions one of the screaming goats following behind you throughout the park) laugh

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I like the end where the host says "Now I will raise the safety bar and a goat will follow you home". wink

(Envisions one of the screaming goats following behind you throughout the park) laugh

Haha! I've always had fun substituting the word "goat" for "ghost". Any time someone tries to tell a scary "ghost story". Just use the word goat instead. Alright, it's kinda strange.

I'd love to dress up as a goat and just follow people around after they get out of the doom buggies. LOL.

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Greatest mental picture of the day. silly

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KenJ wrote:
TinkASL wrote:
KenJ wrote:
I like the end where the host says "Now I will raise the safety bar and a goat will follow you home". wink

(Envisions one of the screaming goats following behind you throughout the park) laugh

Haha! I've always had fun substituting the word "goat" for "ghost". Any time someone tries to tell a scary "ghost story". Just use the word goat instead. Alright, it's kinda strange.

I'd love to dress up as a goat and just follow people around after they get out of the doom buggies. LOL.

awesome

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Hard to say, but probably the bit just before the graveyard. When your Doom Buggy turns round and tips back as you go down the slope into the graveyard, the way that it feels, when your almost lying flat stretching out your back is so good after walking around the park all day, like a spooky chiropractic service. But just then it's probably my favourite, the grounds keeper and the dog.

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the singing heads! Gotta love em. mickey

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I love the transition between the attic and the graveyard when the doombuggies spin and lay you back almost like you're being lowered into a grave and the scry trees are looking down at you.