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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I got scared because of this and after that my family went to a tower and a person who worked there toyed around with my feeling and he said this was the tower of terror but I realized it was a joke but at first I started panicking
i really want to go on this ride if i ever get the chance but i have a serious fear of heights (or falling, i guess) due to past trauma and now i’ll never get to :(
at least i can still watch it online
When I rode this in FLA our bellhop tripped us out. He was so straightlaced and deadpan. I have no idea how he kept a straight face delivering his lines the way he did. He had everyone on our elevator scared to death. It was definitely worth the wait.
Some of my favorite details from the one in CA was that in the library, there used to be books with different titles of the Twilight Zone episodes. Currently on Mission Breakout, the library is now the Collector's office and in his office, he has a bellhop hat from Tower of Terror. Also where the old Matterhorn yeti is, there is a painting up there that was part of the Hollywood Tower Hotel lobby!
Adding onto the number 13, we completed what we had read was The 'Tower of Terror' challenge, so we did the ride 13 times in the same day. Arriving for rope drop and completed the challenge before 2pm !! I don't imagine this would be possible any longer with the length of the lines at WDW these days, loved the video
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Like if you get the reference
Imagineers got professional chess players to play the chess game in the lobby and them stopped them in the middle. The position of the pieces actually are in positions where it makes the game never end. I think that’s cool
I was a kid and the beginning video scene scared the crap out of me 😂. It was mostly due to me being afraid of the dark making the video even more scary for me. I don't go on it anymore because of it but if someone made me I won't be watching the video 😂😂
I think I saw an actual ghost at the tower of terror! When I was walking back from the fantasmic show in Hollywood studios, I noticed the Hollywood tower was lit up so I took a good look. But as I was looking I noticed something in one of the windows. It was a shadowy figure just staring at all the guests walking back from the show! I was somewhat terrified but I was pretty sure it was just some illusion Disney put up for nighttime. But I felt as though it was staring directly at me. Has anyone else seen a shadowy figure at the tower of terror or did I see something supernatural?!
I had no idea that they had some guy do the voice over of Rod Serling!!!!! It sounds just like him!! And the part where you described the walk way as you approach the attraction, does give you an uneasy feeling. Well, at least it does to me. But I could go on this ride all the time if I could!
My favorite fact is how during the construction, the imagineers forgot to take into consideration how the air would be compressed at the bottom of the elevator shaft. During a test run, the entire bottom of the ride blew out! They had to reconstruct the ride with vents at the bottom to allow the air to flow, and it works fine now 👍
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