This week, we captured an unusual sight in the sky above Magic Kingdom Park – a rare lunar eclipse called a “blood moon.”
The moon added the perfect spooky atmosphere to our parks, especially Magic Kingdom Park, which is already decorated for Halloween. Photographers David Roark and Matt Stroshane were on hand to document the moon’s path over our parks.
Check out Jennifer’s original story for more photos of the blood moon.
And voting continued this week for your favorite Disneyland Resort memory from each decade of the past 60 years. Take a look above at the top Disneyland Resort memories we received from the 1990s and then go to Erin’s post to vote for your favorite.
Voting will remain open until 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 15. Be sure to check back Thursday, Oct. 16, when we’ll share the top five memories from the 2000s to today.
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Here are some of the other stories we worked on this week
How to Make the Most of Pirate Night on Your Disney Cruise – Learn how to embrace the pirate lifestyle with swashbuckling line dances, delicious pirate grub and more!
Fans Show Their Spooky Disney Side Aboard the Disney Parks Blog Creepy Cruise Meet-Up – See some spooky photos from the deck of the Sailing Ship Columbia, with 200 Disney Parks Blog readers aboard.
Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort Offers Shivery Tricks and Spooky Treats For Halloween Time – Get the details on some of the new seasonal offerings at Downtown Disney District, including “Frozen”-themed makeovers from Anna & Elsa’s Boutique.
Wildlife Wednesday: Congratulations to Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Awarded Prestigious Conservation Award at AZA Conference! – Disney’s Animal Kingdom received Top Honors (1st place) as the 2014 Edward H. Bean Award recipient for our Taveta golden weaver sustainability program.
Anna & Elsa’s Boutique Opens in Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort – Read more about this “cool” new shop in Downtown Disney District, offering an array of “Frozen”-inspired merchandise worth melting for.
Today in Disney History: New Disneyland Sign Debuts, 1989 – Take a look at these past Disneyland landmarks and how the original Disneyland Sign was retired.