The talking skull that was removed in 2006 has returned at Pirates of the Caribbean. The skull is used to draw guests attention to the direction of the new on-ride photo. A flash of lighting and clap of thunder are used to mask the flash of the photo quite effectively. Here’s our low-light video of the effect.

We even snapped a few photos of the talking skull.

Much like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, there is no area after the ride to review photos. The on-ride photo is automatically linked to your account via MagicBand, if you’re wearing one.

Here’s a look at the on-ride photo.

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  • Stewart Buchanan

    So glad it’s back. And a clever way to disguise the photo. Thanks for posting. ☺