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News and Rumors, Top 10 Spookiest Moments in WDW, Headless Horseman, emails and more Halloween fun!

Welcome to the WDW Radio Show, your Walt Disney World Information Station. This is Show #38 for the week of October 28, 2007.

We’re going to have a lot of fun this week with some segments to help celebrate the Halloween season, all backed with some fun Disney sounds effects, audio clips and music.

First, well, the news from Walt Disney World may not be spooky, but we’ll talk about Disney’s efforts to help the victims of the Southern California wildfires, the new look coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and more. And maybe our trip to the Walt Disney World Rumor Mill isn’t all that scary, either, but there are some interesting developments to cover.

Things get a little creepier as Tim Foster and I take a fun-filled look at the Top 10 Spookiest Moments in Walt Disney World. And then, just when you thought Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party wouldn’t be scary, we look at a character connection to examine a man whose face is legendary… because it isn’t there – The Headless Horseman. Jeff and I look at his role in a Disney animated film, and both the film’s and his many connections to the Walt Disney World resort.

I’ll answer some of your emails that for the most part have NOTHING to do with Halloween, and play some of your voicemails as always at the end of the show. So as always, sit back, relax and enjoy this not-so-scary episode of the WDW Radio Show.

Links and Information from this week’s show:

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1 thought on “WDW Radio Show #38 – Top Ten Spookiest Moments in WDW”

  1. Chuck Zitta says:

    Oh yes, Halloween is a great time of year. Especially if your birthday is on Halloween! Was this the first top 10 with Tim Foster? If so, what a monumental moment. Love the top ten Spookiest Moments in WDW. Miss Snow White’s Scary Adventure. That was a classic. But, I guess Disney had to make way for the Mine Train. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow has a special place in my heart as well, what a great story. Never get tired of it. Our family has been to Mickey’s Not So Scarey Halloween Party and really enjoyed it. Had to actually leave some of our candy behind for the trip home to keep our suite cases under 50lbs! Not to get too far off subject, but I think the second half of a double-bonus for going this time of the year would be the Food and Wine Festival. Good stuff. Probably our favorite time of year to visit. Thanks again Lou for another great show.