Constance Hatchaway’s Ring at the Haunted Mansion, Magic Kingdom.  Yesterday at the Haunted Mansion around 12:00 am i walked up to the man at the gate and said to him, “I am here to enquire about Madame Leota’s ring.”  
He looked at me and said, “It’s not Madame Leota’s ring, but Constance Hatchaway’s.”  
I was confused, but I still looked him in the eye and said,  ”Well dude, where is it?”  
To which he retorted, “Go ask the Captain.”
So I went into the newly designed interactive queue line and saw a large above ground grave that read “CAPTAIN” at the very top.  It said something about him being allergic to dirt so they buried him in something else.  His limbs were hanging out of the top along with his sailor hat.  The tomb was leaking from every which direction and you could hear the captain’s ghost mumbling a sailor tune from within his watery grave.  I turned on the flashlight on my phone and searched the entire tomb for a ring  and finally found it fixed into the pavement to the right of the captain.  The story is that Constance Hatchaway married seven wealthy men but murdered each one with an axe for their fortune.  She no longer needed the ring so she threw it out the window of the Mansion’s attic where she currently resides.  The ring is commonly mistaken to belong to Madame Leota.  Constance Hatchaway was based on the story of the ghost of the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall.
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Constance Hatchaway’s Ring at the Haunted Mansion, Magic Kingdom.  Yesterday at the Haunted Mansion around 12:00 am i walked up to the man at the gate and said to him, “I am here to enquire about Madame Leota’s ring.”  

He looked at me and said, “It’s not Madame Leota’s ring, but Constance Hatchaway’s.”  

I was confused, but I still looked him in the eye and said,  ”Well dude, where is it?”  

To which he retorted, “Go ask the Captain.”

So I went into the newly designed interactive queue line and saw a large above ground grave that read “CAPTAIN” at the very top.  It said something about him being allergic to dirt so they buried him in something else.  His limbs were hanging out of the top along with his sailor hat.  The tomb was leaking from every which direction and you could hear the captain’s ghost mumbling a sailor tune from within his watery grave.  I turned on the flashlight on my phone and searched the entire tomb for a ring  and finally found it fixed into the pavement to the right of the captain.  The story is that Constance Hatchaway married seven wealthy men but murdered each one with an axe for their fortune.  She no longer needed the ring so she threw it out the window of the Mansion’s attic where she currently resides.  The ring is commonly mistaken to belong to Madame Leota.  Constance Hatchaway was based on the story of the ghost of the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall.