Lonesome Manor is a haunted mansion located in Bog Easy (in Wasteland).
Lonesome Manor was likely a haunted manor in its own right before it was forgotten by mortals and sent to Wasteland (which was created to house forgotten things and people).
Constance Hatchaway was once the Lady of Lonesome Manor (likely during the forty years between the first sketches of a Black Widow character by Marc Davis and her actual appearance in the attraction). The Wastelanders, such as detective Horace, quickly suspected Constance of having murdered all of her husbands, but could not prove a thing. However, when Constance left the Manor, she left her hatchet behind in the Attic, later to be found by Mickey Mouse, proving her guilt.
Probably around this time, the numerous Lonesome Ghosts (led by Ian, Gabriel and Screeching Sam) claimed the Manor and began to inhabit it. They were however thrown out of the Mansion by the Organ when it suddenly turned mad because of the Shadow Blot's corrupting influence.
Behind the scenes
- Lonesome Manor is featured in the video game Epic Mickey. Its design is an amalgamation of the Disneyland Mansion, the Walt Disney World/Tokyo Disneyland Mansion, and Phantom Manor.
- The Lonesome Ghosts were featured in deleted Ken Anderson scripts for the Haunted Mansion.
- The Stretching Room sequence features a portrait of an elderly Constance Hatchaway can be spotted with her sitting atop a tombstone dedicated to the Singing Busts who are all listed by name on the tombstone and who look up at her.
- A portrait of the Mariner can be seen, looking more similar to Captain Gore than the original.
- A portrait mirroring the Quicksand Men is in the stretching room as well, with these men being shown to be safari men.