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Some say Walt Disney was the first to use "black light" paint in his early theme park attractions. In building these dark rides, he was able to create elaborate, colorful worlds with minimal construction costs and maximum pay-off.
The basic premise behind the dark ride is that in a completely dark environment, UV light will only reveal objects, surfaces, and scenes painted with ultraviolet sensitive materials. All other supporting structures fade to black.
Because the supporting structures are not seen by the audience, money can be saved in their implementation, while the real creative energy and money can be invested in the scenery. This effect works great for haunted attractions!