New Haunted Mansion Attic (with Photos)

You may have heard that Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion is undergoing a re-themeing by Imagineering to help add a clear sense of storyline throughout (this has been attempted before to mixed degrees of success). The first of the new scenes have been revealed and this thread on a Disney fan discussion board has photos of some of the changes made to the attic scene.

So far I like what I see… the bride (now named ‘Constance’) is now a serial bride and husband killer with photos of her and all her past husbands in the attic (along with what looks like wedding gift loot). Also notice that Constance is wearing the same dress in each photo (but I don’t understand why the dress on the ‘ghost bride’ is different) and appears to be unaging.

update: Chef Mayhem on has even more details on how the actual ride-through works (with plenty of spoilers)


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6 thoughts on “New Haunted Mansion Attic (with Photos)

  1. Boing Boing

    Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion is getting a storyline

    Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion is being re-built, scene by scene, to create a kind of master story pulling together all the comedy and spooky bits throughout. A Disney message-board contains photos of the first re-built scene — the attic — with lots of…

  2. JookyG

    So these are the people I curse while on that ride because they constantly take flash photos!

  3. Ken

    I don’t know why they feel they need to keep improving upon the work of the one’s they honor as “Disney Legends”. For example, the new red canopy over the que area out front of the mansion doesn’t look near as good as the green one that was formerly there. Don’t they think the Disney great’s like Mark Davis would have used red if they thought it was better? I think the red looks terrible. I also think that there are some stinkingly arrogant people currently at Disney who are treating the work of one’s like Mark Davis as refuse to be thrown out in the trash bin.

  4. Ken

    P.S. The current Disney “artists” can not hold a candel to the nine old men and other Disney artists of the past. In fact, compared to them their work looks like a 1st grader scribbling in crayons.

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