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Sunday, April 11, 2010

The Monster Plantation/The Monster Mansion Part 7

Luckily for us, Marshall Billy Bob Fritter and his dog, Fritter Bitter have found a (very loud) cannon to fend off the deadly denizens of the Monster Marsh.

We find ourselves back with the friendly monsters.  In The Monster Plantation, the final picnic scene is set during the afternoon.  For The Monster Mansion, it's nighttime.

For The Monster Mansion in 2009, a kinetic light show and dancing fountains were added to the finale.

The Lagoon Goon Musicians are in this scene, and they kick up the music!  Mizzy Scarlett tells us that she's happy we made it out of the Marsh.  Then she asks, "Don't you just feel like singin'?"

The ride's theme song plays here, and a new feature for the Mansion is an animated "follow the bouncing Buzby the monster" karaoke-type display so you can sing along with the music.

A little monster named Buster is doing some fishing here, and he's caught a skeleton!  Buster is one of my favorite monsters.  The pond Buster fishes in doubles as an elaborate fountain now.

Buzby, the ride's green monster mascot, sits on a "G'Bye Y'All!" sign and waves at us.  For The Monster Mansion, Buzby sports some bling and flair that lights up.

The boats then push through two large doors into a dark room.  All of a sudden, two large red eyes light up above our heads.  For the final scene, our boat enters the toothy mouth of a ferocious beast called the Boat Eater.  For The Monster Mansion, a new loud horn sound was added for a startling monster "sneeze" (though this sound could be interpreted as the monster breaking wind).


The boat travels through a tunnel that doubles as the Boat Eater's throat.  We then exit the building and are back at the load and unload area.

I hope y'all enjoyed your trip through The Monster Plantation/The Monster Mansion!

Next time, we'll take a trip to the Monstore nearby, where you can buy your on-ride photo.

4 comments:

  1. Looks like a very cool ride! Thanks again for sharing these. Oh, and this is where the Okefenokee Swamp ride originally sat, right? Or am I confusing rides/parks.

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  2. Thanks TokyoMagic! Yes, the Okefenokee ride was there before The Monster Plantation. I did get to ride the Okefenokee, but I was 2 years old, and don't remember it. There is a tribute to the Okefenokee in The Monster Mansion. Near Papa Razzi (the new photographer monster) there are vintage Six Flags pictures, and a painting of two of the rabbits and the sun from the old ride!

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  3. I'm in Florida right now on my final day of vacation and your blog makes me kinda wish we had spent one day at Disney. It's been like five years. Next time!


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  4. Hey Ally! Florida itself sounds good enough to me right now--hope you are having fun!

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