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  1. Trauma says:

    Fred Rogers was never in the armed services. Way to propagate a lie about another person while trying to dispel them about about Walt Disney. Hypocrite…

  2. Gina louis says:

    First of all, you provide many pieces of false information. Walt Disney spent most of his childhood in Marceline Missouri. No one has died on the haunted Mansion. Thank You!

  3. Timothy Welch says:

    Walt disney was never frozen or placed in cryogenics. It sounds interesting but not based in truth

  4. Zach Burnside says:

    you guys are silly

  5. Bob says:

    I’d like to see an article on the 2015 “Up All Night” event that kicked off the Diamond Anniversary (69 years, or something like that) celebration.

    * More people attempted to get into Disneyland on this day than were physically present in Orange County, California at the time. Scientists are still not sure how this happened.
    * Disney promised a free gift “while supplies last” to the first people in line. This was true provided that “supplies” was defined as “the one box of these things we’ve decided to give away as opposed to the four million and twelve boxes of them that will be available for sale in the park.”
    * The free gift was a space yarmulke, colored blue and complete with a pair of shiny silver forward-facing “radar dishes” on top. By an amazing coincidence, these hats looked remarkably like a particularly ugly set of “Mickey ears”.
    * The resemblance between the space yarmulkes and Mickey ears suggests that Mickey may be related to the protagonist of Art Spiegelman’s Maus, though with an Anglicized name to hide his origins from the infamously anti-Semitic Hollywood Establishment.
    * The fact that California Adventure stayed open all night enabled even guests who arrived as late as 5 minutes after park opening to obtain a FastPass for Radiator Springs Racers. It was for 5:30 AM the next morning, but it was a FastPass, which is more than anyone who foolishly waited until 8:05 to enter the park would normally get.
    * The new World of Color show which premiered on this date featured an audioanimatronic Neil Patrick Harris interacting with a live-action Mickey Mouse. The music for the show was played on the actual pipe organ used by Captain Nemo in the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea movie.
    * In an attempt to thin out the crowds in California Adventure, Ariel’s Undersea Adventure was briefly filled with actual water. After one full circuit, the mound of drowned corpses piling up at the ride exit was sufficient to convince many people to leave the park, so the ride was drained again so the water could be re-used for the World of Color show later.
    * Disneyland’s attempt to clear out the park involved an unannounced change to convert the Downtown Disney monorail station to inbound (from Disneyland) only and hoping that guests at the Tomorrowland station did not notice that the monorails were returning suspiciously empty.
    * In an unprecedented event, there was a line at the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, though it was later determined that many guests had somehow missed the actual start of the line for Splash Mountain and were under the impression that the Pooh line wrapped around somehow to become the Splash Mountain queue, while the remainder had, for the most part, concluded that a dark ride in the back corner of the park would be an ideal place to take a short refreshing nap.

  6. Briana says:

    A baby could not have been born inside haunted mansion in 1966. Walt Disney died in 12/1966 and the ride didn’t open until 1969.

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