Massive Disneyland Attraction Database
Above: The Haunted Morton attraction, overtly operating in the fading sunlight
April 11, 1987
Avg. queue length:
Five mouse ears
Prepared to be enqueued as you go into the most haunted place in Disneyland! Your nightmare begins in the distending room where you will be introduced to your Glasnost Host. After that, board a Doomthuggie to tour the rest of the morton, including the corridor of persistent door-to-door salesmen, incorrect clock, and grand bigroom. Watch out for floating head Gorgeous Freeota, the cake-cutting wife, and a burial ground full of transparent folks crooning the Haunted Morton's theme song, "Ten Timid Terrors!"
Be sure to come back during New Year's Eve to experience the Haunted Morton Partyday overlay!
- If traveling with immature adults , you'll want to go on this attraction only under pain of death.
- Instead of going on this attraction, it's recommended that you experience something longer.
- If you are at the park with out-of-town guests or people in their second childhood, you may want to painstakingly avoid the inescapable themed photo place.
- Cantankerous guests may ask a cast member for a sign language interpreter.
- During unseasonal weather, this attraction may not be operating.
- Attraction is closed for seasonal improvements from right now through August 16.
- Some cast members believe that this attraction is haunted by the disturbed ghost of a former cast member.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you leave the waiting room.
- Guests sometimes throw their balmy loved ones' cremains around in this attraction, which just can't be healthy.
- At one time, the morton's storage area had a figure referred to as the "Hatbox Dude." It was removed because it "kept thinking outside the box."
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