Boo to You!

I know, I know. I write too many blog posts about Disney. But I just can’t resist telling you guys about how uh-amazing Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party was last night! The Halloween party is, in my opinion, the best seasonal offering at the parks. It’s well-worth the extra ticket to attend because there’s so much to see and do! I had the time of my life, and I’m already looking forward to next year. For now, though, we can reminisce together as we look through all of my photos.

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Of course, I had to dress up as Rey, my all-time-favorite scavenger Jedi. I think I must have redone my triple bun hairstyle at least four times while in the park. Getting called out by little kids for being their favorite character is the best thing ever, even though I had to give the evil eye to a couple of miniature Kylo Rens running around. If you’re not going to dress up for Halloween at Disney, you really shouldn’t bother going.

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Is there a better dream team than Rey, Captain America, and Spinelli? The answer to that question is “no.” Seriously, I would watch a crossover movie of Star Wars, Captain America, and Recess. Quick shoutout to Cinderella’s Castle for having the spookiest color scheme on the block.

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Waiting in line for twenty-five minutes was totally worth it to meet these spooky babes. Have you ever seen a rag doll more beautiful than Sally? Again, the answer is “no.”

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Oh, Hallowishes. The spookiest soundtrack mixed with the brightest fireworks you can imagine add up to equal the ultimate in Halloween entertainment. However, as much as I LOVE Hallowishes, I have to say the greatest work of art at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is the parade, Boo To You. More specifically, these guys:

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The gravediggers are living, breathing art. I screamed my head off when they spun their shovels around to the music. Spooky level? God tier. Thus ends my rant about Halloween at Disney. I can’t recommend attending enough: if you don’t have an annual pass, your party ticket alone gets you in at 4:00 and the party doesn’t end until midnight, so that’s plenty of time to get a normal park day’s worth of activities in and still reap the bonus Halloween entertainment! Next week I’ll be at Halloween Horror Nights, so you can expect more spooktacular blog posts in the near future!