The mineshaft has a COMPLETELY new makeover, and it’s lookin’ good, if I do say so myself!
SPOILERS - SPOILERS - SPOILERS! Ignore this video and words if you want to remain unspoiled when sees such in person.
Here is what I notice, watching it for the first time:
- Bat eyes a lot brighter in the first tunnel, and a lot more animated/realistic movement in the former floppy rubber bat area/blacklight den.
- Ton of fiber-optics and projection mapping elements in the final (former earthquake) tunnel, as if it was rigged for blasting - sparks and projected falling rocks from the ceiling everywhere, looks very cool.
Via Obsessing over everything Disney
more disneyland crafts!
i made a set of mirrors that have the hitch-hiking ghosts from the haunted mansion in them, depending on the angle at which you look at them. WHOOOOOA, right? i’m proud. i have the greatest living room ever.
I NEED THE THINGS
Via Mr. Geef
Canada (You’re A Lifetime Journey) - EPCOT Center.
One of those songs that I’ll never get tired of.
Overheard on the shuttle to Disneyland provided by the hotel: a ‘expert’ saying he saw a special report on the news how Disneyland Park has 200 trained cats they release at night to catch vermin, and then they round them up again in a special area in the morning (“they’re probably trained to come when they blow a whistle!”), and how there’s a 2-man crew who spend all eight hours just straightening the chairs at restaurants (it’s called the individual restaurant staff does it before they close, guy.)
Oh, armchair Disney ‘experts’.
Souvenirs/objects obtained while out to Calico Ghost Town/Disneyland/Knott’s.
That turkey leg magnet was the ugliest and most bizarre merchandising I’d seen from Disneyland in a long time - so I had to have one. Nice work, Disney. E.T. mug is authentic from the 80’s, thanks to an antique store. The metal scorpion was in one of the Calico gift stores (dinosaur fossils, rocks and geodes, so on).