1. Abandoned parks
Discovery Island Resort in Bay Lake, USA has been abandoned since 1999, which is a famous place. Visitors can only get to the island by Disney boat or yacht.
It closed in 1999 for a variety of reasons such as the appearance of wild crocodiles, allegations of animal abuse and deadly bacteria found in the park water. Visitors are not allowed to explore the place on their own, as can illegal arrest.
Another park, Disney’s River Country, closed in 2001. The reason was that in 1980, a boy was killed by a reproductive bacterium that attacked the brain. All that is left now is a scene of desolation and horror.
2. Deaths on roller coaster roads
At the Space Mountain roller coaster, there is a rumor about the ghost of a visitor who died here in 70. Later, a few tourists came back to the strange footage, said to be the ghost of the guest young.
In 1984, a girl named Dolly Young had to die at the roller coaster Matterhorn, when she was trying to help a child while the car was running. At that fateful moment, Young took off his seat belt and stood up, but unfortunately her forehead hit the ceiling of the tunnel.
In 1996, a 19-year-old boy climbed the fence and sneaked into Disney park. While trying to cross the Monorail, the careless boy was hit by a train and dragged a length of 12 meters. Since then, Disney drivers and staff have all seen the figure of a young man running along the train.
4. Death of employees in Disneyland
Deborah Stone was hired as the operator of the machine, after the Carousel of Progress theater was renamed America Sings in 1974. But unfortunately, the 18-year-old employee had to die when stuck between the yard movement engines. discount.
Rumor has it that the poor girl’s ghost is still here, and sometimes the worker will hear a “Be careful!” resounded even though no one was around.
5. The cryptic implications of Disneyland employees
These rules were posted in an article on Reddid not too long ago, based on the creepypasta and rumors that at Disneyland, non-human things exist in the tunnel. They disguise park employees to blend into the crowd.
Firstly, after taking photos with guests, employees must politely ask to review photos. If anything is detected, immediately give the guest a gift to distract and notify the security department.
Secondly, in the dinosaur tunnel, the capture system will automatically delete the seventh photo. If guests have questions, please explain that there is a technical problem and give them another ticket.
Rumors of sharks and crocodiles at Lagoon Beach are fabricated, but in order for guests not to swim to areas outside the regulated area, staff must constantly alert them.
Third, crocodile corpses may appear on Lagoon beaches. The staff must then notify the security department and record the parts that were eaten.
Fourth, in an area where only one Mickey mouse works. If the employee discovers that the second Mickey is taking photo with the guest, check his eye, but let the activity take place. Then notify the security department. If it wanders alone, lead it right down the tunnel and walk away, never looking back.
Fifth, Disneyland security personnel do not have any identification attire. If anyone is found wearing an “Disney Security” costume, immediately notify the site to be closed.
Disneyland is known as the happiest paradise in the world, attracting thousands of visitors every day. However, in that very happy place, hard-to-say secrets exist.