I'm at Walt Disney World today on a whirlwind visit to say "farewell" to Snow White's Scary Adventures. I will be here all day taking photos and shooting video (which I'll post at a later date) until the final guest-filled mine car exits the doors for that very last time.
Joining me throughout the day will be the creator of the KenNetti Snow White database, Kenneth Sundberg, who flew in all the way from Finland to ride this classic before it closed. Also here will be Ben Miles along with his with his parents Ron and Sara. Ben is the absolute undisputed record holder for most times aboard SWSA, over 3000 rides! See Ron's blog post today, a retrospective on Snow White and the ride.
It's a sad day for fans of the Scary Adventures, but at least it has brought a few of us together to experience a piece of history--a ride who's origins stem all the way back to the original 1955 Disneyland opening-day attraction and to Walt Disney himself.
UPDATE: Read the Filmic Light four-part blog post covering in detail the closing of this classic attraction. It begins here: http://filmic-light.blogspot.com/2012/06/scary-adventures-precursor-to-end.html