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I really love all these easter eggs in the maze Always fun to look for when going through :DSome fun details from this maze that are easily missed...
- The film posters in the "Vault" scene are not any genuine poster from their respective film franchise; instead, they're "modified" to include the maze's design of the monster. Look closely: Dracula, Frankenstein, and Wolfman also feature the new, "updated" look integrated into the original poster. The exception is Invisible Man, whose design did not change; his poster is also the least obvious and almost impossible to notice, located behind you as you enter the room.
- Also in the vault are a number of film reels. It's typically too dark (and the guest path too far away) to notice what's written on them, but there are a number of deep cut monster references located here. They include 1935's The Raven, The Cat and the Canary, the Werewolf of London (the first actual "Wolfman" film), and Son of Frankenstein. One is cheekily named "Archeological Digs," referencing The Mummy.
- Someone pointed this out in another thread, but a key prop from the old Mummy maze returns here: the large "scorpion medallion" on your right in the Artifacts Room is actually the old wait time sign.
- Most people are drawn to the lit "Dracul" tomb in that first outdoor portion, but there's also a "Talbot" grave on the right as you first enter. There's one more with discernible writing on it between them, but I haven't been able to make it out.
- No amusing easter eggs in the cabinets of the artifact room, sadly - just a mix of Egyptian knick knacks and more Amazonian materials (hinting at the Creature's once-planned involvement).
Glad you're enjoying! Many people also miss the gorgeous mounted violins on your left as you enter the Phantom Lair.I really love all these easter eggs in the maze Always fun to look for when going through :D