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What's new on the discussion board: HHN walk-through videos, WDW news, and three new trip reports

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Published: September 26, 2012 at 10:39 AM
Lots of news and some fresh trip reports on the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board this week. Let's take a look at the top new conversations.

Want a preview of Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights 22? Watch the videos in Full walkthrough of all houses [in] night vision. (Here's one to get you started…)

On to the news, from Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom this week. First, we talk about the upcoming Changes to MK's Pirates. And then we take a look at the Progress on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.

We have a couple of conversations going about "interactive" queues: Is Upgrading a line queue actually an upgrade to a ride? and What is the common courtesy one should follow when in an interactive queue?

Stuck at home or the office, dreaming of a theme park vacation? How about a trip report to pass the time? We've got three new ones: Brent Moody's Universal Orlando Trip Report: Sep 15th & 16th, Bradley Keith's Dollywood Trip Report, and Amy Smith's Aquatica trip report - 9/23/12.

Finally, some "blue sky" conversations for you: We debate whether a bad ride or story is better than no story at all in Peoplemover vs….??. Plus, readers ask What Will Disney's Next Park Be? and Will Star Wars Land ever happen?

Thanks for reading, and remember, whenever you have a question about theme parks or vacation planning, your fellow readers on the Discussion Board are waiting to answer!

Readers' Opinions

From Phil B. on September 26, 2012 at 3:33 PM
Lest we not forget the interesting topic of whether or not Disney should look into the possibility of creating their own Video Game inspired land on the heels of what is sure to be the hit movie Wreck-It-Ralph ;o)

http://www.themeparkinsider.com/news/response.cfm?ID=945509330

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