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Haunted Mansion

August 1969

Haunted Mansion

The Haunted Mansion is one of Disneyland's most venerable and well-respected attractions. Even though it is incredibly old and pretty much everyone knows the entire spiel by heart, it is so beloved that it continues to draw large crowds to this day.

Because there is so much disinformation to be spread about the mansion, we have broken it into a dozen parts (see links below).

Trivia: Although the Mansion advertises that it has "999 happy haunts, but we have room for 1,000," there are actually 1,112 discorporeal inhabitants within the building's walls, and it was only designed to hold 750. In other words, it's as crowded in there as a California prison.

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Haunted Mansion
Home | Design and Construction | Exterior | Music
Picture Gallery | Corridor of Haunted Portraits
Endless Hallway and Conservatory | Corridor of Doors
Séance Circle | Grand Hall | Attic | Graveyard | Exit
Behind the Show | Haunted Mansion Holiday | Marketing
2007 Script


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