Top 10 Disney! At Walt Disney World in Florida at Disney's Hollywood Studios, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is one of the popular thrill rides at the resort. This drop tower ride was Disney's most technilogicaly advanced ride at the time, and like every other Disney ride there's many small secrets and details that were worked into Tower of Terror. So are you ready to check into the Hollywood Tower Hotel and enter the Twilight Zone? Well, today we're gonna take a look at the ride's history and count down the top 10 best Tower of Terror secrets! DON'T FORGET TO LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!*** ►http://bit.ly/2mfriBD ◄
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This isn’t a interesting fact but: tot is 199ft because if it was 200 Disney would have to put red lights to alert planes. But it would ruin the whole abandoned and spooky affect, so they put it close to the limit. Same thing with expedition Everest
When they first started testing the ride after construction, the force of the compressed air below the cars blew the walls at the bottom of the shaft out. They didn't adequately account for the force and subsequent air pressure involved in pulling the cars down as fast as they do; they had to install louvers to vent the air and keep it from becoming pressurized.
Tbh I love the preshow and being in the hotel but I also have severe anxiety so I suffer through a panic attack at least once a trip to Disney just to get the experience and the incredible view of the park. I will prevail!
i went on this literally two days ago and freaked out. at first i couldn’t reach the ledge to sit on because i was too short but the line moved a bit and suddenly i could reach it six feet over. i thought i was going insane
I’m surprised they didn’t mention the ghost mannequins in the middle of the ride. I noticed them a few times, sometimes the drop would slow down in the middle and you can faintly see the 5 ghosts lit in blue. It’s really creepy.
I've ridden this ride once and I didnt know when they took the photo so i posed for the photo and i didnt make a peep. I freaking hate this ride because I dont like the dropping so I won't ride this again.
I’m actually really mad how they put the number 13 as no wait time. My family never wants to go on that ride unless we have a faspass because we are usually busy and don’t have 13 minutes of spare time.
This was a classic Disney ride. They didn’t get rid of Snow White’s Scary adventures. (Classic Disney ride) I cant believe it! This was my favorite even when I was wee little baby. #bringBackTowerofTerror
When I first heard of this attraction I immediately thought of the Hollywood Tower Apartments in Los Angeles. I'm sure there's some inspiration there, too, even if more design elements were taken from Mission Inn.
There are a ton of props that were used in the Twilight Zone show that are hidden everywhere in the ride. For example, when you’re in the library, look up around the shelves, the fortune telling machine from the diner episode is on one of the shelves. Also, when you finish the ride and are leaving the spiral circle, you come into a little room that has many objects in it, one of them is a ventriloquist dummy, that’s Caesar the dummy from the episode “Caesar and Me”. Also, when you are in the gift shop, if you look around the room above where merchandise is, on one shelf is the doll “Talking Tina” from the episode “Living Doll”. Just thought this was cool!!
There was one time that I was telling someone about the area where you get pulled into the drop shaft, they thought it was a single up-down ride, but I remembered the part where you "go through the twilight zone" to get to the drop shaft, only to return and go backwards through the "twilight zone" passage again to end the ride... either there are people that turn off their brains when going on this ride, or I was shocked the first time I rode it that it didn't go straight into a drop that I remembered just that one specific part.
just as a bonus... I don't like drop rides, or any rides that plunge me towards the earth at a 90 degree drop to earth... so when my family wanted to ride this ride and i was the only one opposed, I was forced to go along... I was terrified to drop, I was ready for the drop when the section to get pulled to the drop shaft was there instead. I was so confused at the forward movement that I memorized the fact that it was there... in all, because I didn't care for drop rides I didn't like the ride, but I would happily give it another chance next time I go by Disney World.
The one in DCA (as well as DCA itself) is a damn joke now. DCA being ruined and oversaturated by Marvel and Pixar is deeply saddening.
Although, DCA's time is running short with the impending opening of Galaxy's Edge.
In one of ur videos u where talking about a trash can called push in one in this videoing where talking about uneven walk to this ride I noticed before u started to talk about it the trash can push is before that
This is the ride I remember most from disney world and idk why I mean... it's just a drop tower... but I rode it so many times cause my parents were taking turns on the areosmith coaster cause I was 6 and too small to ride it. Anyways I really like this ride and I wanna go again >_<
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