Bloodmere Manor was a haunted manor that was considered to be the setting of the Disneyland version of the ride.
In a version of Ken Anderson's early drafts Bloodmere Manor was to have been a hundred year-old Antebellum mansion that had been moved to Disneyland to be the cornerstone of New Orleans Square. This would have been the lakeside estate of the unfortunate Blood family. It had a tragic and bloody history of unlucky owners who died sudden and violent deaths, which resulted in their unhappy ghosts remaining behind to fulfill the uncompleted missions of their lives.
The Disneyland construction crew planned to completely restore the manor to its original Dixieland splendor but playful spooks constantly undermined their efforts by breaking windows, hiding tools, trashing furniture, and smashing walls. It got to a point were one worker was accidentally walled up inside the house. The work on the house was later be abandoned, with the mansion in a state of limbo between finished and unfinished.
- The Bricklayer is a character in the Haunted Mansion who resembles the character of the walled up Disneyland employee. This ghost can be seen in the graveyard where it is walled up in a crypt with it's arm sticking out.
- At the Haunted Mansion's 40th anniversary event, the pastor who wed Constance Hatchaway and George Hightower was named Reverend Bloodmere.
- Bloodmere & Brooms Re-Dusting Service was an organization featured through advertisements in the Ghost Post.