Oh yeah, it’s October, oh yeah, eat some pumpkin! *you should be reciting this while doing the touchtown fistpump dance*
We’ve finally reached that month when I won’t be judged for obsessing over ghosts and ghoulies and gourds (and Reese’s peanut butter cups). Halloweenies like myself have been fretting for months (I do not exaggerate) about what to wear, what to eat, what to post on the blog, and which holiday classic to watch first.
If you’re lucky to be in the parks for the Not So Scary Halloween party, the choices are even more agonizing. One choice is simple, though – you cannot miss the Tower of Terror once it’s taken over by Jack and his crew in the winter. I recommend going after dark, although it doesn’t affect the experience inside the ride. Little tricks and treats are hidden all throughout the tower, and the cemetery is blanketed in snow. It’s so magically ghastly, my heart flutters just remembering it.
While the ToT gets done up for Christmas/Halloween, there were once concept sketches for an independent NBC ride. You can see Christopher Merritt’s designs at disneyandmore.blogspot.com.
Maybe I can use my Christmas wish to make this a reality.