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    Hey everyone, I don't normally plug my videos...but I'm SO proud of this one I had to share it. Plus with this being the 40th anniversary of the Haunted Mansion I figured everyone would enjoy it!

    Here's the info...

    You’ll learn how the wish of one man to provide a loving home for his family, became the nightmare that destroyed one generation after the next.

    The 32 minute story is visualized through the art work of over 40 talented artists.

    Nearly 300 original pieces of artwork were created exclusively for the story!

    The short films voice cast includes actor Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howser MD, How I Met Your Mother), Corey Burton (The Haunted Mansion Holiday’s Ghost Host), Peter Renaday (The Ghost Host from the classic 1969 Haunted Mansion LP), and voice guy extraordinaire Brian Sommer!

    Find out how your favorite characters came to live and die inside Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion…and the surprising way their stories intertwine.

    Visit the Window to the Magic video feed to download the high quality video for free…

    The WindowtotheMagic Videocast (Standard Definition)

    Or visit my YouTube channel...

    YouTube - Doombuggy's Channel

    (make sure if you watch it this way you watch it in HQ)

    So you think you know all about the Haunted Mansion…

    You don’t know half the story!

    Your feeble skills are no match for the power of the dark
    side. You have paid the price for your lack of vision.

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    Re: The Story of the Haunted Mansion's pretty good!! But how do we know this is Disney's official backstory for the HM?


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      Re: The Story of the Haunted Mansion

      Originally posted by MainSreetJake View Post
      But how do we know this is Disney's official backstory for the HM?
      It's not. It's fan fiction. "We really don't have a story, with a beginning, an end, or a plot. It's more a series of experiences building up to a climax. I call them experience rides." "we were no longer trying to tell a story about the bride. Walt's attitude was that he didn't want a story, but a series of experiences and situations." -Marc Davis


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