Attic

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The Attic

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The Attic is an irregularly shaped room cluttered with gifts, personal items, mementos and wedding portraits. In each portrait, the same bride is seen with a different groom, whose heads disappear only to reappear a moment later. With each successive photograph, the bride gains another string of pearls. The sound of a beating heart fills the room, and a shadowy spirit plays a grim version of the "Bridal Chorus" on an old harpsichord. Just before the Doom Buggies escape the Attic, the ghost of the bride from the pictures, Constance Hatchaway is encountered, shrouded in cool blue light, and uttering words mocking the traditional wedding vows:

Here comes the bride... As long as we both shall live... For better or for... worse? I do. I did, In sickness and in... Wealth. You may now kiss the bride... We'll live happily ever after... Till death do us part...

As she raises her arms, a hatchet appears and disappears in her hands between vows.[1]

Contents of the attic
Paintings
Steamer trunk
Various books
Rocking chair
Globe
Walking stick
Oil lamp
Coatrack

  1. Wikipedia contributors. "Haunted Mansion." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 5 Apr. 2017. Web. 15 Apr. 2017.