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It's more like when Walt was talking about making it, he was very much against a story there, since they could never get it to with one. so eventually the story was basically "this is a place for the ghosts that lost their homes" with the bride in the attic being the only remnant of the plans for a story. This bride got turned into Constance recently, and her canon is restricted to the attic.
With Phantom Manor, there is a canon, but what it is so vague it could really be without one. PM canon is this phantom killing a man, then chasing this bride who ages, then dies pointing the way out. The phantom tries to catch us but fails. Who anyone is, though, is up to question.
Some rides work great with a story, some rides don't. PM/HM is one that doesn't. Particularly if it has nothing to back it up.
These are Madam Leota's lines. It just bugs me that they spin this whole story about how she was Master Gracey's lover who was jealous of his bride so she kept on killing them off and cursing inhabitants so they died. Then Master Gracey managed to defeat her, but died after with Emily... And how the Alligator lady was his first wife, and how Little Leota was Master Gracey's and Leota's illegitimate child. Just from summoning? Look, I love speculation, but I like a little fact to back it up.
But then Choc insists that it is canon. It isn't. the only bits in HM that ARE canon are that Constance killed 5 people, Madame Leota is a spiritualist, and there are ghosts everywhere.