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I think I was in middle school when my
family went to the Haunted Mansion. My sister and cousin, both in
high school went as well. We were the only three that went inside.
My parents stayed outside. I remember it was a task to just get us
through the front door because we were already scared shitless....lol.
Finally, we lunge past the person and make it inside. We were with a
group of people. I remember an "artist" asking me if I
would like to be in his picture...i just had to stand beneath his
ice pick! I was like, no..no..no thank you! ROFLMAO! We were
terrified pretty much the entire thing. By the end, everyone was
running (stampede like) to the exit. I remember the floor sloped
down and my sister, in front of me, stumbled and fell. Some other
scared person fell on top of her. I pounced on that person so fast,
screaming, GET OFF MY SISTER!!! And I grabbed him/her and tossed
them off her. It's hysterical because my sister says (I don't recall
this in my frightened, adrenaline filled state) that the person
literally flew off her. I guess I didn't know my own strength! But i
grabbed my sister by the arm, pulled her up, and we kept running
for, what seemed like, our lives.
To this day, I maintain that there
was nothing scarier (at the time) and it was FANTASTIC! I figured it
wasn't going to still be there. I just saw on Facebook that an
Insane Asylum themed haunted house was opening in Long Beach and
that is what got me wondering about the Haunted Mansion.
Thanks for the trip down memory lane!
visited the Haunted Mansion in 1979 when I was eleven and have fond
memories. I remember the scary vampire lady jumping out as
soon as we entered. I was screaming and crying and hiding behind my
father for dear life. Of course seeing my fear made her more
aggressive toward me.
my mom, who had epilepsy, had a seizure and the actor came out of
character and asked if she was ok and she was escorted outside. Nonetheless
it was a fun day that I never forgot. I'm sad it's gone.
I'd still go today if it were still here.
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