September 26, 2009 by USA Post 


Ghouls, Ghouls and goblins and spooky new fireworks are just a few of the chilling changes at Disneyland for Halloween fun — starting tonight!

For the younger kids, “Halloween Time” offers families a chance to celebrate the season with some of Disney’s most beloved characters decked out in seasonal costumes at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure parks. In addition, Mickey’s Trick-or-Treat Party returns for 12 special nights in October.

For older kids and adults, “Halloween Time” at Disneyland offers a new attraction: Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy in Tomorrowland. The scary new experience will begin as a typical Space Mountain adventure, but will suddenly launch voyagers into an uncharted and haunted section of the universe. Ghosts appear out of the starry darkness and swirling galaxies of Space Mountain, reaching out as if to grab guests as they speed through space. The Halloween transformation occurs outside the mountain as well, as frightening images, audio and lights illuminate the Space Mountain exterior.

Also new this year is “Halloween Screams — A Villainous Surprise in the Skies.” The new fireworks spectacular will haunt the nighttime sky throughout the Halloween season. To start the show, “Master of Scare-omonies” Jack Skellington appears in a flash of fire above Sleeping Beauty Castle. Also, such classic Disney villains as Maleficent, Ursula the Sea Witch and Oogie Boogie join in the “spirit” of the celebration, and even Zero, Jack’s faithful ghost dog, will make an appearance.

But more spine-tingling fun can be found in Disney’s California Adventure at The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, where a “supernatural” event happened on Halloween evening, 1939, forever haunting the building.

The Disneyland special Halloween attractions will be at the resort park from tonight until Nov. 1.

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