‘Psycho’ attraction to open in Virginia, attracting up to 100,000 people

‘Psycho’ attraction to open in Virginia, attracting up to 100,000 people

Virginia tourism officials have announced that the Psycho attraction at the Disneyland Resort will open this summer.

The attraction, which is the first of its kind in the United States, is expected to draw up to 120,000 visitors and has been designed to give guests a sense of what it’s like to be in the park.

A number of attractions at the resort will also feature the attraction, including the “Spooky Castle,” a haunted house attraction that has been a fixture at the park since the 1950s.

In addition to the attraction at Disneyland, the park will also host a new attraction called “The Dark Side of the Moon,” which will feature an array of ghostly apparitions that haunt the park in an effort to make guests feel like they’re living in the haunted house.

This will be the park’s first “Haunted House” attraction, according to the park, and it will feature a live performance by the band the Zombies, along with a series of live interactive games.

Guests will be able to interact with their favorite characters in the attraction.

This isn’t the first time that Disney has hosted a Haunted House, but it is the only one in the US.

The Haunted House at Disneyland has had its fair share of guests since the park opened in 1961.

Its opening in the 1960s was the first major attraction to feature an entire cast of ghosts, and there have been several other Haunted Houses in the States over the years.

However, the attraction has always been an oddball attraction at Walt Disney World, and the park has always had its share of controversy surrounding its content.

In recent years, a number of controversies surrounding the attraction have been brought to light, including one incident in which a group of people tried to break into the Haunted House and set off an explosion.