Haunted Mansion Stretching Room Recreated in Mega Fan’s House by Wacky World Studios

Haunted Mansion fans, be prepared for your brain to explode.  The incredibly talented folks at Wacky World Studios have created the ultimate Haunted Mansion fan tribute. What you’re about to see is a custom built recreation of the Haunted Mansion stretching room… inside someone’s house.

It is mind-blowingly accurate and while it is obviously not to scale, you’re going to have a hard time telling the difference.  Notice the upside-down Hidden Mickey? To give you an idea of how this project started, check out this progress video Wacky World Studios did a few weeks ago.


Amazing, isn’t it? Now you have to check out this amazing recreation of the Haunted Mansion stretching room in the video below!

We are going to do a full story next week on Wacky World Studios. If you think this is amazing, you haven’t seen anything yet. But we wanted to give you a sneak peek of some of the incredible Disney-inspired rooms that these guys are creating in mega-fan homes.  If you haven’t seen it already, check out this Nautilus-inspired room for a “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea” mega fan!


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