Watch: Spooky 'Missing in the Mansion' Disneyland-Set Horror Short
"Something is wrong!" The perfect short for Halloween week. What if the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland were actually haunted? What if one of those cute Disneyland marriage proposals went horribly wrong? It's time to find out for real. There's a great video going around the web (tip via @infamous) that doesn't even have an official title, beyond the viral name Missing in the Mansion. Riding in the wake of Paranormal Activity and pseudo-docs like Catfish, directors/brothers Josh Daws & Jeremiah Daws tell a rather spooky is-it-real?! Disneyland horror story that's entertaining to watch and impressively well-made. Get spooked!
Here's the full Missing in the Mansion short. It's like Cloverfield meets Paranormal Activity at Disneyland.
The description from YouTube (and the intro) simply describes: "Disneyland proposal goes horribly wrong in The Haunted Mansion. On July 6, 2012, three friends went missing. They were last seen at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. A Cast Member working in Lost & Found discovered a camera that belonged to them containing the following footage. It has not been altered in any way." This video is unaffiliated with Disney and is not a viral made by them, but I do have a feeling that Imagineers bit at the beginning might be real (what a great way to get Disney's attention). The short was made by brothers Josh Daws & Jeremiah Daws, from a story by Josh, Jeremiah and Reza Lackey (@rezalackey). Genius idea, and great execution.
lol...why is he with them on their engagement day? why?!! http://www.mediocrityisthenewgenius.com
MITNG on Oct 30, 2012
Mark on Oct 30, 2012
OMG! I cant believe disney released this footage, how would they not get sued from the family members of these people?
jenny on Oct 30, 2012
wow this sucked....
iamNotLegend on Oct 30, 2012
Was that suppose to be scary?
Jim Dawkins on Oct 31, 2012
intro "has not been altered in any way" end credits "directed by." "produced by." animation sucked at the end
Tekaile Tana Davis on Nov 4, 2012
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