aww oh noThe one about the woman dragging her son into the line for BTMRR reminds me of our family on a visit in 2003. My nephew was 4 at the time and was terrified of going on Pirates of the Caribbean. He was certain there were live pirates in there who would kidnap him. We tried to explain to him that they were all just robots and there were no real pirates and it was completely safe. But he still refused and made a scene in the line. I was willing to, and offered to, wait with him outside instead of going in, as I had been on it many times. But his mother refused to let him wait it out and insisted he go in. It almost seemed like we were physically dragging him through the line. Once inside, he liked the atmosphere and when we were finally in the boat and it was gliding through the bayou, he seemed to be enjoying it. But then we went down the drop. After the splashdown I didn't see him until I noticed he was lying face down on the floor of the boat. Despite my many attempts to coax him to get up and look at all the things to see, he would not budge. He spent the rest of the ride face down on the floor of the boat. Finally when it was time to exit the boat he got up. He was fine, but wet. I think it damaged him emotionally. Haunted Mansion was out of the question.