So I’m off a bit on my dates? Forgive me? When Deb said there was no theme, and to use our imaginations, this is what I came up with.  We saw this car on the day we checked out, Sunday, October 2, 2011, from Pop Century.  This was when we visited for the 40th Anniversary celebration.  We saw this car, and I just had to have a picture of it.  Talk about cool decals!

Then, right as we were about to leave, we met the owners walking out from Pop Century.  They had driven down from the upper midwest to come here for their anniversary, and to celebrate by going to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.  To make this chance encounter even cooler, he showed us his mask for the party.  Check this out — made by the man himself!

This has been a not-even-close-to-Wordless Wednesday!  I am participating in the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop over at Focused on the Magic!  To see the rest of the entries, just click on the button below!  Thanks for stopping by!

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15 Responses to “Nearly Wordless Wednesday — Haunted Mansion”

  1. Wow! I'm impressed. I thought my Jack Skellington mask was amazing, but this guy's ghost is out of this world. Would love to learn how it was made.

  2. Hey Heidi!  He didn't make the decals, he found them on a website, but for the life of me, I can't remember where now!  Sucks to get old, you know!