Several things --
Someone on Facebook just pointed out to me that new CG Ezra (on your right) has hands and arms that aren't even the same size, let alone like those of the AA. Considering that the thumbing hand is supposed to be in the foreground, it should appear slightly larger or, at the very least, the same size as the hat-tipping hand. So, I believe that my wise Facebook mortal is right; and the TDO creators of this unfortunate "enhancement" are not only foolish, they're delusional.
I went to Disneyland yesterday (Tuesday) and rode The Haunted Mansion several times. Leota is floating and working well, but you can see her crank and wire/cable; and I still like the looks of the original Mom Leota better. Also, the Dynamite Dude and Ally Girl portraits in The Stretching Room are wrinkled at the bottom around the sides. The canvas isn't unrolling flat.
However, I'm happy to report that crowds were being shushed by ride staff. It helped quiet most of the Stretching Room talking. Maids and butlers need to be more forceful and/or shush the annoying loudmouths twice.
I rode in Car 55. I did not hear or feel any knocking, nor did I see any ghosts that weren't supposed to be there. However, I did say aloud (around The Ballroom area) that I wanted the ride to "break down" when I was in The Graveyard next to The Singing Busts; and, miraculously, it broke down when Car 55 was in The Graveyard next to The Singing Busts. I was hoping for a lights-on, have-to-walk-out-on-foot experience but that didn't happen. I'll have to wish harder (or talk louder), next time.
So, if Car 55 is haunted, the ghosts are friendly, accommodating and have access to the attraction controls.
When I was standing alone in The Portrait Gallery trying to feel something paranormal or otherwise in the area beside The Follower Busts, all of the chains in the entire gallery started swinging with no one touching them. And no, an earthquake did not occur. I reached across and touched the walls to see if I could feel any sort of vibration and even got down and felt around the floor. I felt some rumbling, but not enough to set all of the chains in motion -- at least, not in my opinion. Does anyone know if the floor is on a wooden platform or something that might give from movement elsewhere? I tried jumping up and down to see if I could make the chains swing more, but it didn't seem to affect them. They all kept right on swinging for the entire time that I was there, alone.
My image was probably captured by security camera, and staff are being warned about some hopping lunatic who was fondling the walls and floor.