Saturday, February 23, 2008

The Name Game

Greetings Ghost Fans!

This week I am very excited to give some information not yet posted anywhere on the internet! This week we learn the full identities of all of the attic husbands and the bride herself!

Strewn about the newly refurbished Haunted Mansion Attic at Walt Disney World are framed marriage certificates from each of Constance's husbands. They are hidden but easily within view of guests riding through if you know where to look. Each certificate, while identical in design, has a different photo of each husband, different location of where they were from and a different wedding date. The following are the names of all of the attic inhabitants as seen on their certificates.

Constance Hatchaway of Money County, California

Ambrose Harper of Secret County, California (Married 1869)

Frank Banks of Bulfors Isle (illegible), California (Married 1872)

The Marquis de Doom of Peking, China (Married 1874)

Reginald Caine of (illegible) County, California (Married 1875)

George Hightower of Newport Beach, California (Married 1877)


Blogger Brian said...

"George Hightower"

Same name as the builder of the TOT in Tokyo Seas?

12:17 AM  
Blogger Ghost Relations Dept. said...

Hey Brian,

thats actually Harrison Hightower III from the Tower of Terror story.

12:34 AM  
Blogger Brian said...

Ya, that sounds right. That would be cool if they did have some tie in to the Tower of Terror. Oh well.

12:42 AM  
Blogger Haunted Mansion Collectibles said...

WOW!!! Great find, GRD!

10:09 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Great post!

She definitely likes guys with facial hair, huh?

8:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will be interesting to see if this added info leads anywhere, or if it's just inside joking, sly references to names that are meaningful to the Imagineers who posed as the husbands, or something like that.

10:31 PM  
Blogger Andy Castro said...

Why are all of them (except the one from Peking, China) from California - including Constance?

Disneyland's Mansion is in 1850s New Orleans and Walt Disney World's Mansion is in late 1600s, upstate New York.

Certainly not California?

4:19 PM  
Blogger Diana said...

I like how each new wedding she adds a necklace.

5:47 PM  

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