The Haunted Mansion Walt Disney World

THE HAUNTED MANSION
WALT DISNEY WORLD

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The story of the Haunted Mansion at Walt Disney World.

Everyone loves a scare now and then, Disney World in Florida knows this, and this is why they created The Haunted Mansion. The attraction was completed and open to the public in 1969, however, there are a few rumors of real ghosts floating around this fun and exciting ride.

People have reported seeing a man walking through the dark halls of the Haunted Mansion with a cane. It is believed he is a man who died in a plane crash before the attraction was complete.

While you are enjoying your ride, you may happen to see man walking around in a tuxedo. This is believed to be none other than Ted Anderly. Mr. Anderly was to his brotherís best man at his wedding. During the party prior to the wedding, Ted excused himself to go to the restroom. He never returned and no one has seen or heard of his whereabouts since, except for his ghostly appearances around the Haunted Mansion. There are several rumors being circulated about what really happened to Tedís body.

A woman that lost her son, asked for permission from Walt Disney World to spread her sons ashes inside the mansion. Of course, the officials at Disneyland refused. The woman snuck inside the mansion with her sonís ashes and sprinkled them throughout the Haunted Mansion ride. From this time until today, many have seen a small boy sitting close by the exit crying or wandering throughout the ride.

If you love the idea of seeing a real ghost, you may just get your chance by just riding the Haunted Mansion attraction at Disney World.

Disneyland will not comment on any of the real ghosts but hope you love all the hologram ghosts and the thrill of the ride.


The Haunted Mansion

The Haunted Mansion Walt Disney World

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