"Welcome to Gracey Manor."
—The ghost of William Gracey
Gracey Manor (sometimes Gracey Mansion) is the name of the mansion in the Slave Labor Graphics comics. In most of the artwork, the design of Gracey Manor was directly lifted from the antebellum mansion at Disneyland. In other illustrations, the mansion was modeled after Ravenswood Manor, the house of Disneyland Paris' Phantom Manor attraction.
Gracey Manor is located in New Orleans Square in New Orleans, Louisiana. Its street number is 1313. Initially designed by the architects Coats and Davis, who disappeared shortly after the house was built, the manor was abandoned not long after and remained a source of local ghost stories for years. Its most notable owner was a wealthy sea captain named William Gracey, who gave the mansion its title, and is now occupied by 999 ghosts, both of the house's original inhabitants and lost souls drawn to the property from all corners of the globe.
The following names are of individuals who occupy or have occupied Gracey Manor and its grounds (most of whom are ghosts).
- Albert Dunswallop
- Baronessa Elda (AKA "Hilda")
- "Big Hobbs"
- Daisy de la Cruz
- Emily de Claire
- Erasmus Cromwell Pickwick
- Ethyl White
- Ezra Gasser
- Horace Fusslebottom (AKA "Dick")
- Randall Pace
- "Skinny Hobbs"
- Topper McGurk
- William Gracey (AKA "Captain Blood")
- Gracey Manor is also the name of the titular mansion in the 2003 film. In The Misery of the Manse Part One (Haunted Mansion #7), Gracey Manor is modeled after the version in the film.
- In 2012, Gracey Manor was canonized as the "real" name of the house in the Walt Disney World attraction.
- In Blueprint for Murder (Haunted Mansion #1), a framed picture of the Walt Disney World mansion hangs on the wall of the Coats and Davis office.