A Haunting Timepiece

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Hey Haunted Mansion fans! Not only will you get a whole mystery set released (hopefully sometime this year) but today on the Disney Parks Blog they revealed this:

Wow! Designed by Caley Hicks, this LE 750 pocket watch and 3″ Vinylmation combo is simply amazing. A ghostly figure looms over a tomb on the vinyl. The watch is modeled after the grandfather clock inside the attraction. It will release “in a few months” and will retail for $175.

This will be a day one pick up for me. On an interesting note, Steven Miller wrote that this will be the “last” watch in the Vinylmation watch series. Interesting as there are only 3 others that were released about a year ago. I picked up all three of the Steampark, Park and Urban inspired time pieces (check them out here) and would like to see more. Especially if they are themed as well as this one.

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Nick LoCicero

Nick LoCicero has almost 20 years experience in the media industry. He has worked on numerous Disney related media projects, most know at WDWNT for WDW News Tonight. He has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1982. After moving to Orlando in the late 90's he became a passholder, developed a fascination with the history of the vacation kingdom and has spent way too much money on park merchandise.

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Chris P
Chris P

I have GOT to have this piece


When is this being released? Hopefully towards end of year so I actually have the money to consider purchasing it.

Brad B
Brad B

Eerily cool timepiece and vinyl! May have to grab one of these.
Notice the inscription on the tombstone, “TREBOR LLEWE” (the “S” is very light on the HM tombstone). It is a WDW HM tombstone in honor of the late WED Imagineer, Robert Sewell.

WDW HM tombstone inscription:

Mister Sewell
The Victim – of a Dirty – Duel
Peaceful Rest

Bob Sewell joined WED after Disneyland opened in 1955. Sewell was in charge of show installations at the park, and he was head of the Model Shop at WED for most of his years at Disney until his retirement in 1981.