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New Bride Doll, Madame Leota Soap Dispenser, and More Haunted Mansion Merchandise at Walt Disney World

It’s basically Halloween at Walt Disney World Resort, and new Haunted Mansion merchandise has been materializing for weeks. We found a few new items, including the collectible Bride doll, at Memento Mori in Magic Kingdom.

Bride Doll – $149.99

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A ghost will follow you home if you purchase this collectible doll of the Haunted Mansion’s Bride, Constance Hatchaway.

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Constance is in her form-fitting white dress, with a veil hanging over her pale white face. She carries a candle and her heart is represented with a red brooch on her chest.

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The doll comes in a box with a carrying strap on top.

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The back of the box has information about Constance Hatchaway.

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Madame Leota Bath Mat – $34.99

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This plush bathmat is shaped like Madame Leota’s crystal ball and stand.

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She’s depicted in a cartoon-ish style we’ve seen on other merchandise, with bright blue hair, rosy cheeks, and a purple stand with candles around her.

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Madame Leota Soap Dispenser – $24.99

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The soap dispenser features the same art style.

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Madame Leota’s face is pictured on the side of an orb container for the soap.

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It comes on a purple stand with a silver top.

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Haunted Mansion Phone Case – $34.99

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This phone case reads “There’s no turning back now” against off-kilter rectangles of black, blue, and purple.

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In the center is the grandfather clock that points to the number 13, depicted in green and pink with the shadow of a hand passing over it.

Haunted Mansion Travel Case – $39.99

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The black travel case features the Hatbox Ghost in shades of blue and purple beneath “Welcome Foolish Mortals” on the front. It’s for holding various tech accessories and cords.

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It comes with an eye mask featuring spooky blue eyes.

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The Hitchhiking Ghosts are pictured on the back of the case, below another pair of eyes. They’re standing on a purple New Orleans-inspired balcony reminiscent of the Disneyland version of the attraction.

Reversible Haunted Mansion Lanyard – $14.99

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The Haunted Mansion lanyard is blue on one side with small Haunted Mansion images like a gargoyle, bell, and gravestone pictured.

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The other side is black with images of the Hatbox Ghost, Hitchhiking Ghosts, and more iconography.

Madame Leota Doormat – $39.99

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This second Madame Leota floormat is a more traditional style reminiscent of a Ouija board. It’s black and white, with Madame Leota in the center and urns to the sides.

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“Haunted Mansion” is across the top around a gargoyle.

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“We’ve been dying to have you” is across the bottom.

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“Awaken all spirits” and “Rest in peace” are printed beneath the urns.

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Check out more Haunted Mansion merchandise:

The Haunted Mansion

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The original Haunted Mansion opened in 1969 as part of the New Orleans Square expansion in Disneyland. Two years later, it was an opening day attraction in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom. It was also an opening day attraction at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983.

Phantom Manor is a version of the Haunted Mansion with its own original backstory at Disneyland Paris.

In Hong Kong Disneyland, guests can enjoy Mystic Manor. This ride is inspired by Haunted Mansion but is ultimately a completely different attraction that avoids references to the afterlife out of respect to Chinese traditions.

Work has begun for the installation of the Hatbox Ghost in Magic Kingdom’s Haunted Mansion.

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