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Walt Disney Comics Digest - October 1969
Published shortly after the Haunted Mansion was opened to the public, this miniature "Gold Key" book was pubished with a short story about the new attraction. In the story, Mickey Mouse, trying to convince some spooks to join the 999 happy haunts, describes the Haunted Mansion as a place where "the ghosts have a party every day. There are haunts in the cellar and spooks in the attic and a private graveyard filled with the spirits of kings and queens, bandits and misers. There are phantom brides and forsaken bridegrooms and headless horsemen and banshees and warlocks and things that go bump in the night. There are cobwebs and mold and dust. It's a fun place for spooks. Boy, if I were a ghost... I'd make tracks for that haunted house!" Click on any page to see it in a larger format.
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