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10 Disney Park UL's visitors think are real

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Whether you enjoy the original in California or its larger cousin in Florida, you can't deny the presence of genuine magic in the Disney parks. From The Happiest Place on Earth to The Place Where Dreams Come True, the rides, characters, and experiences are unforgettable and enjoyed by fans around the world. But like with so many things, it isn't all pixie dust and Mickey bars.

As wonderful as the parks are, they have been a source for many a chilling urban legend and creepypasta. Thankfully, little reality goes into crafting these yarns, but that doesn't mean some people don't believe them. Here are ten Disney Urban legends people still believe.

https://www.thetravel.com/weird-disney-park-urban-legends-untrue/

 

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Scholar4Truth

I think there was another Urban Legend that claims a person cannot be declared officially deceased on park grounds, This is due to fear of lawsuits.

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Scholar4Truth

Also heard Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen underground at the Disney Park ;)

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the13bats

while the myths are grand some facts are weird cool too,

for a while we had the annual passes went daily for spells, and it actually does take some of the magic away, you know getting to know the place too well.

 

 

 

 

 

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Not A Rockstar

The second job I had as a kid was at WDW, and naturally all my friends wanted me to come sign them in for free and spend the day there...on my day off. 

Mercy, but, it really was and remains a cool experience, though vastly more expensive these days. I have not been back since what...1980 maybe? 

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13 hours ago, Not A Rockstar said:

The second job I had as a kid was at WDW, and naturally all my friends wanted me to come sign them in for free and spend the day there...on my day off. 

Mercy, but, it really was and remains a cool experience, though vastly more expensive these days. I have not been back since what...1980 maybe? 

If you work as one of the Cast at the park you get discounts and free access too. 

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Not A Rockstar
4 minutes ago, Scholar4Truth said:

If you work as one of the Cast at the park you get discounts and free access too. 

Yeah they have always done that for employees.

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