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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (August 2010) The Monster Plantation was a dark ride, opened in 1981, located in the Six Flags Over Georgia theme park in Austell, Georgia. The exterior of the ride looks like a typical antebellum Southern Plantation. Boats proceed through a water-filled track and through the interior, which is filled with humorous animatronic monsters having a picnic. Near the end of the ride, the boats are purposely diverted into "the Marsh", a dark swamp filled with a variety of scary monsters before the boats are delivered back to the outdoor boarding station.In late November 2008, the Mansion closed for renovations and reopened on May 16, 2009 as The Monster Mansion. Gary Goddard, world-renowned design consultant and founder of Gary Goddard Entertainment (GGE), who created the Monster Plantation, was responsible for the new production with many of the original designers assigned to the project. Many of the characters returned and new characters were added.Many 4-D effects were also added to the mix, giving it the newly earned title as the ride with the most 4-D effects in the world. From the park's opening in 1967 until 1980, the same building housed The Tales of the Okefenokee, a boat ride inspired by the Uncle Remus stories of Joel Chandler Harris. On September 27, 2008, Six Flags had on their sign that it is "your last time to ride Monster Plantation," as it would be remodeled and called Monster Mansion in 2009. In the book 'The Haunted Mansion: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies' by Jason Surrell. Chapter 'First story' sub chapter 'All's fair in Imagineering' (on page 30) it quotes "The Imagineers began looking for ways to make The Haunted Mansion a ride-through experience. Yale Gracey even worked on plans for a boat ride through an old plantation house partially submerged in a bayou." That sounds a lot like what 'Monster Plantion' is/was. References in Pop culture Homestar Runner- in the Halloween Fairstival special - The sign in the locka-room reads "don't go in the marsh!!!" One of the primary monster characters (the one on the ride sign) is a little yellow monster with a propeller hat. His name is "Busbee" and he is named for George Busbee, Georgia's governor at the time the ride opened. The owner of the plantation is Missy Scarlett, a reference to Miss Scarlett in "Gone With The Wind."[original research?] External links haunted report-review of The Monster Plantation unofficial Six Flags Over Georgia Site-with a picture gallery [1]- official Six Flags Over Georgia site Monster Mansion page This article about an amusement park, amusement ride, or roller coaster is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e