October DDL Riddle

Sherri J. (NDM#237) (57 Posts)

Sherri grew up in Beckley, West Virginia watching “Wonderful World of Disney” every Sunday night. She studied art at West Virginia University, which led to an appreciation of Walt Disney’s genius as an artist. Later, she and Mark, NDD#102, met and married and only afterwards realized that they were both huge fans of the Disney brand. Since discovering that they are “Disney people” Sherri and her husband have made yearly trips to Walt Disney World, while raising their three children to believe that wishes can come true. While at work, she enjoys being referred to as the “Disney guru.”


“When the crypt goes creak,

And the tombstones quake.

Spooks come out for a swinging wake.

Happy haunts materialize,

And begin to vocalize.

Grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize.”

So sing the happy haunts of The Haunted Mansion.   The imposing house, graveyard, howls and creaks make this one of my favorite attractions.  For the October riddle, I need you to see into the ride, possibly with the help of Madame Leota.  As you are exiting the ride, the bride at the top of the doorway tells you to hurry back.  She also tells you not to forget something.  What is it she wants you to bring back with you?

This month’s winner will receive a Disney trading pin.   Submit your answer by midnight, the witching hour, on Oct. 31st  to ddlriddle@thedisneydrivenlife.com.  Good luck to all and may your treats outnumber your tricks!

Contributed by: Sherri Jeffries (NDM#237) Sherri is the DDL Riddler.

Sherri J. (NDM#237)

Sherri grew up in Beckley, West Virginia watching “Wonderful World of Disney” every Sunday night. She studied art at West Virginia University, which led to an appreciation of Walt Disney’s genius as an artist. Later, she and Mark, NDD#102, met and married and only afterwards realized that they were both huge fans of the Disney brand. Since discovering that they are “Disney people” Sherri and her husband have made yearly trips to Walt Disney World, while raising their three children to believe that wishes can come true. While at work, she enjoys being referred to as the “Disney guru.”

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