How did i not know this was a thing in the nineties? i was a thing in the nineties!
Somehow, I was a kid when this pop up book chronicling the Haunted Mansion ride at Disney became available in stores, and I just learned about it TODAY. Hopefully, it shouldn't be too hard to get a copy of this book on amazon- I want to add it to my library. Just kidding, I don't have a library! I barely have a bookshelf- But I still want this book. Take a look at these cool pictures i got from doombuggies.com
I am in love with the illustration style of this book- the graveyard is the best page since it's the only part of the ride where things actually do jump up and frighten you- i would like to make one, however using real pictures of the ride so i can play with it and then give to my kids who will probably be as obsessy bessy about it as I am. Souvenirs from the parks themselves may be great, but I wouldn't bet on them having stuff that match all of our darker sensibilities. theorlandovacationstore.com has a lot of tips on how to save money on souvenir shopping for the kids while making backpacks or goodie bags more personal to your family. This, for instance, is something I would order ahead of time and put in my kid's knapsack for the plane- along with some candies and jack skellington toys :)