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Tag Archives: Halloween
Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Cuckoo Clock is a beautiful handcrafted sculptural wall clock featuring Jack Skellington, Sally, LED lighting, beloved movie music, Zero popping out on the hour and much more. It’s the perfect think for fans of … Continue reading
I’ve already written about what a great value the SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular is, but now I’ve had a chance to experience the 2013 edition and can tell you my original assessment still stands. Here are a few tips to enjoy … Continue reading
Believe it or not we’re less than a month away from the return of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party to the Magic Kingdom. You know what that means? The seasonal merchandise is in. Also, after years of decline in terms of … Continue reading
One of the most popular portions of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is the ride of the Headless Horseman. A new video reveals just why it’s important that the parade route be completely clear of legs and feet during … Continue reading