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    Would you stay in a Haunted Hotel?

    I got this idea while waiting in line for Tower of Terror a couple weeks ago. Disney should build an actual hotel that has a theme to it, in this case, it would be haunted. You'd be sitting in your room and doors would open and shut randomly, ghosts would walk down the halls, chains would rattle, headless cleaning ladies, showers randomly spit out red water, etc. etc.

    It might frighten the little ones, but I think it'd be a hoot. Screw Disney, I'll build it myself and use it to make my millions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalo Bill
    I got this idea while waiting in line for Tower of Terror a couple weeks ago. Disney should build an actual hotel that has a theme to it, in this case, it would be haunted. You'd be sitting in your room and doors would open and shut randomly, ghosts would walk down the halls, chains would rattle, headless cleaning ladies, showers randomly spit out red water, etc. etc.

    It might frighten the little ones, but I think it'd be a hoot. Screw Disney, I'll build it myself and use it to make my millions.


    uh ok..............

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    I think that's a really cool idea! However, most places become haunted on their own over time, so it would be interesting to see if it would work.
    Did you hear about the three blondes who were driving to Disneyland?
    After being in the car for hours, they saw a sign that said "Disneyland left" so they turned around and went home.


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    Buffalo Bill, PLEASE change that gross avatar. Come on man, that' sick.
    Do you fear death? You fear that dark abyss? All your deeds laid bail. All your sins PUNISHED.

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    I kind of like the idea too...and idontneedareason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imagineer8689
    Buffalo Bill, PLEASE change that gross avatar. Come on man, that' sick.
    Sorry, is it any better now?

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    At WDW and may be at DLR but i really don't know . At the Reservation Center when the Tower Of Terror opened at WDW a lots of people asked to make a reservation at the Hollywood Tower Hotel .

    that's the truth some guests asked for that hotel . that's a a funy thing
    HKDL : Done !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalo Bill
    Sorry, is it any better now?
    Heck yeah! I heart Group X. As for your question, I wouldn't really care for staying in a Haunted Hotel, but i'm sure everyone else I know would, what can I say.. i'm a wuss.

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    To the original question, YES!


    This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalo Bill
    I got this idea while waiting in line for Tower of Terror a couple weeks ago. Disney should build an actual hotel that has a theme to it, in this case, it would be haunted. You'd be sitting in your room and doors would open and shut randomly, ghosts would walk down the halls, chains would rattle, headless cleaning ladies, showers randomly spit out red water, etc. etc.

    It might frighten the little ones, but I think it'd be a hoot. Screw Disney, I'll build it myself and use it to make my millions.
    I have often thought that it would be impressive to see a hotel/casino hybred in Vegas like this. However I would borrow many of the effects from HM, ToT and even Muppets. Start with the appearence of a classy old hotel, very turn of the century to 1930's decor- art deco and create a plot. This casino was originally built by mobsters yada yada yada. It was torn down in 1963 and 5 of the most infamous mobsters died here. Now it has been rebuilt on top of an old cemetery...the fun begins.

    In the gigantic mosolum area it appears to be bright any sunny as you play cards and pull on slots but every 15 minutes a storms brews, lightening strucks and it reveals a facade---ghosts in the paintings, hidden images in the poker tables, what appeared to be a very shiny new casino is broken and cracked. Lights flicker etc etc etc...

    Then I would build a HM/TOT type ride in the basement borrowing from things like the Shining and Poltergist---and as the main show there I would create an original romantic comedy musical about zombies based on the music by Oingo Boingo.

    Top floor build a "ghost bar/voodoo lounge" hell yes thats my thought...you can remove the casino aspect and insert it at DLR or MK if you want.







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    Some hotels are gross enough without the need for any atmosphere.
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    Haunted hotels are fun to stay at. I've stayed at the Queen Mary (very haunted) and I've gone on investigations to haunted hotels (and the Vogue theater) in LA.

    Creepy but fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FormerDiz
    Haunted hotels are fun to stay at. I've stayed at the Queen Mary (very haunted) and I've gone on investigations to haunted hotels (and the Vogue theater) in LA.

    Creepy but fun.
    Queen Mary is a great example of a great haunted hotel!







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    I stayed at the Brookdale lodge when I was younger. Hated every single second of it! I didn't know it was said to be haunted at the time until I saw the the newspaper articles on the wall in the lobby.

    Never..ever..again!

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