king arthur carrousel. the idea of those horses at night and the music playing to an empty park is creepy. i feel like on dark rides, i could at least pretend there were people in the cars behind me, but with the carrousel in the middle of fantasyland and out in the open, i would be afraid of somebody popping out at every turn.
It might depend on if the ride stops to let you off, or continues until morning when the first attractions CM finds the ride operating .... and your severed hands still gripping the pull down bar! BAHAHAHAHAHAH!
Some rides (Space, Indy, Matterhorn) might prove to be physically challenging to ride all night, Others might be creepier if it stops to let you off ... and then have the AAs/cutouts chase you all the way to the park exit.
For me, I don;t think I could survive a night on Space. Splash AAs would be the creepiest to be chased down Main Street by, because it is my favorite ride, Brer Fox has sharp teeth, and the buzzards can finish off my carcass ....
"She's taking everything. She's taking the house, she's taking the kid, she's taking the dog. IT'S NOT EVEN HER DOG. IT'S MY DOG! SHE'S TAKING . . . MY DOG!"
- Ron Livingston, "Band of Brothers"
Be BRAVE, foolish mortals! Because there won't be any annoying guests or bothersome tourists.
Heehee...Anyway, I did rode Haunted Mansion all by myself at night when the park is closing. At least, I wasn't all alone at the pre-show elevator scene and the queue. Some people were there, last minute riders like me. Though, I did find it to be slightly foreboding and creepy by myself in the doom buggy.
It's a Small World? Next time I would definitely ride it alone with no one by. All the boat ahead and behind is empty. Because I enjoy and love the attraction! Creepy? Meh.
Indy is never nearly empty when the park is almost closing, I've seen many guests rushing to ride it again and same for Space Mountain and Star Tours!!
BTW, I actually was the only person on ToT a few years ago. It was that winter...maybe four years ago...when we had torrential downpours in So Cal day after day after day. The park was closing early most evenings due to the extremely bad weather. Crowds were oddly light. You could look down Main Street and see maybe 20 or 30 people max. It was kind of awesome.
I went to ToT and walked right on. The first time, I rode with probably four or five other people. When I got off, I asked the CM if I could ride again by myself. It was far scarier than I would have thought to ride by myself. Really weird, but a whole lot of fun.