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Friday, October 2, 2009

Spooky Goings On At The Haunted Mansion

Since it's now October, it's time for all things spooky, scary and sometimes a bit silly, and that's exactly what D23 fans have found in the cover story of the Fall issue (Issue 3) of disney twenty-three. "Untold Tales of The Haunted Mansion" focuses on the immortal Disneyland Park attraction and is written by Haunted Mansion maven Ed Squair. In addition, the cover—featuring artwork from the classic 1969 Haunted Mansion LP album—has a frighteningly fun feature that I think even many avid D23 fans may have overlooked: the figure of the infamous Hatbox Ghost actually glows in the dark! If you don't already have this irresistibly eerie issue (which also has the regular "Walk With Walt" column written by me) you can purchase it (or Issues 1 and 2 as well) here. The all-new Winter issue (Issue 4) of disney twenty-three is on its way, and as always it's jam-packed with fun, info, and surprises—and a subscription to this elegant "insider" publication is included with every membership to D23, the Official Community for Disney Fans. To join D23 visit here.

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