So /x/ I know disney has alot of skeletons in their closet, and im extremely intrigued, I figured there would be no better place to learn, anyone wanna share some enlightenment on conspiracies/rumors/history of Walt Disney and Disney corporations? Also general Disney thread.
this is false you fucking faglord
pic related is from a anti nazi propaganda toon that disney made, Donald here is acting as hitler about to kill himself like the fucking faglord he was.
also this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1i6ozLpNr3Q
you are a fucking faggot full of bulshit
Here is a fun fact to get this thread started.
The globe structure that is commonly associated with Disney World's EPCOT Park is actually a geodesic dome. Although in photographs it may appear that the surface pattern is completely uniform, when viewed from up close, one can notice the slight differences in "height" (how far they jut out) of each node. That is because the structure was not designed to simply house the attraction called "Spaceship Earth," but was designed as a monument depicting all of the concentrations of electromagnetic energy on Earth.
Another point to consider, EPCOT is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. The significance of this is unknown to me, seeing as the park only acts as well . . . a park.
look up german american bund. the video you posted was probably just a publicity stunt and to make money. disney was an anti-semite and nazi sympathizer.
calling me a faggot doesn't prove anything dude.
he probably had the opportunity to make a killing when that cartoon was created. any american would gladly eat that shit up during WW2. gotta think from all angles, man! i could even be wrong about his political views and i'm man enough to say that. sadly we will never know as he is no longer here.
Funny you should mention that. Although this is not directly related to anything paranormal. There is an underground network of tunnels underneath Disney World's Magic Kingdom. But these do not serve a sinister purpose. Rather, they were designed so that guests would not see staff from certain sections walking through parts that they do not belong in, say seeing a Buzz Lightyear actor in the Western-themed Pioneer Land.
However, no known network of tunnels exists underneath EPCOT. Although you could say that it may be deeper, I would have to point out that Florida's ground cannot be dug into too deeply because of its instability. Sink holes, shifting sands and water is all you will find if you dig around here.
Woah calm down. I know you're trying to hold on to your reality by desperately defending it. You're completely oblivious to everything, and way too afraid to open your eyes, because the truth makes you uncomfortable.
Sleep you little sheep, sleep...
>Jews were called rats during the German propaganda
>Walt was a apparently a anti semit
>Micky mouse is a actually a rat
>Micky is a big fuck you to the jews and Walt profits from the racist character.
All the subliminal messeges in their movies.
I'll never forget when I was a kid and I read about the guy saying "all good teens take off your clothes" in Aladdin. So I go pop in Aladdin and get a 6th grade boner for jasim. Get up close to speaker and hear it whispered. Shit my pants and felt gross. So sex is spelled in the stars in lion king.
You should probably google those. I did that too when I was little; now that I know what the script actually said and am an adult it makes me laugh at how easy it is to plant ideas into people's mind by simply telling them what they should be hearing or seeing.
Fun Fact #2
This one is a bit more paranormal, although not conspiracy based.
The Haunted Mansion attraction (not to be confused with the Tower of Terror) in Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square area is an known for hosting actual ghosts. For those unfamiliar with the setup, this attraction involves sitting in a moving-sofa-bucket known as a "Doom Buggy" which travels throughout the entire Haunted Mansion while viewing different scenes with projected, animatronic and prop ghosts and ghouls. Therefore, it may be difficult to spot a ghost that's out of the ordinary if you only go through the ride once. I have been about 50+ times and it is my absolute favorite attraction.
Now . . . for the ghosts.
Before the Magic Kingdom was even built, a small plane crashed at the site where the mansion was later constructed. The pilot can be scene lurking around different parts of the ride doing something different every time you go through.
Another time when a young boy passed away, his mother requested to spread her son's ashes at the park, but Disney officials did not allow it. She said, "fuck it," snuck in and did it anyway. Most people report seeing him sitting by the exit of the ride, crying. You'll know when you see him, because there are no child-ghosts made to be on the ride cause it's too morbid.
Finally, one death has taken place in the ride itself when a man attempted to exit his "Doom Buggy," but failed to realize there was a significant gap between the track and the walkway. He slipped between the two and broke his neck after a 15 feet fall. This ghost is quite possibly the most important to the ride, allow me to explain.
Cast members (employees) have reported seeing the man's ghost in the long stretch of mirrors at the end of the ride. In one particular incident, a female employee ran out screaming and crying when the ghost put his hand on her shoulder.
Now for the good part . . . this ghost was haunting guests so regularly that they would see him sitting next to them in their "Doom Buggies" when looking into the mirrors at the end of the ride. As a result, Disney added a digital feature in the ride that would automatically project caricature ghosts into the mirror for every buggy. It is able to detect the amount of riders and prevents overlapping them onto the guests' reflections as well. This way, it is much more difficult to discern if the ghost next to you is fake or not.
Doom Buggy shown in picture.
Youre just making me want to go to disney now lol thats my favorite ride too. Hard to believe that ashes one though, they have an amazingly creepy and extensive survalence spread especially on rides and have shut down attractions to clean said rides when people do the whole ashes thing, many people actually try this on a regular basis.
Here is a good reference page (good for a lot of other urban myths too) about Disney. Don't let the web 1.0 look fool you, these guys know their shit.
damn where to begin...
the animated films are wrought with occult symbols and subliminal sexual suggestions.
any child who worked with disney manages to find future entertainment work as if their involvement was a life long investment - these same children also suffer massive breakdowns in their early adulthood due to a convoluted aray of traumatic experiences quite possibly involving sexual molestation and ritual invocation of disassociation.
then of course there are the rumors revolving around the theme parks as well, such as under ground security facilities and child molestation and abductions...
it's a fucking rabbit hole.
theres fucked up things in the entretaiment industry but being controlled all your life by agents, manager, studio schedules probably makes a you a ticking time bomb, no need to mkultra'd you
Yeah, my mom's friend used to be a manager for one of the parks and she told me that she's had to stop people from spreading ashes before, particularly near the Walt Disney and Mickey statue at Magic Kingdom
When is the last time you listened to it? The line is "C'mon . . . good kitty. Take off and go," and it is overlapped with some other voice due to weird editing or Rajah purring. Only if you really force yourself to believe what you think it says is true would you hear "teenagers take off your clothes" as a rational adult now.
Rajah is climbing on Aladdin and he's telling him to get the fuck off him and go away. Do you even remember the scene?
I'm guessing you don't believe that the 'SEX' dust is really 'SFX' easter-egg made by the effects team, too.
Actually, a lot of people have 'illegally" spread the ashes of loved ones on the Haunted Mansion ride-- like a few people every year.
The sad part is that most of those ashes will inevitably end up getting thrown out when the staff cleans the attraction. This is because, contrary to popular belief, Disney does clean the ride regularly; it just looks dirty/cobwebby because of the way that it's painted/the lighting/it's general decoration. So when cleaing day comes, grandma goes into the incinerator along with the dirt from people's shoes/stray wrappers.
Fun Fact #3
Walt Disney was a 33rd Degree Mason, the highest level. Also there is a private club at Disneyland (California) called, "Club 33," and it is the only place in the park that serves hard liquor. Supposedly, the name of the club comes from the first 33 corporate sponsors.
the name EPCOT stands for what it does because originally, EPCOT was going to be a sort of "perfect society" that Walt Disney wanted to create. He planned on having a city full of Disney employees, and was going to ship out anybody in the city who became deathly ill, quit working for disney or was about to die from age. Do some research on it if you want to learn more.
Yeah totally that is a F. Are you like trying to lie to yourself?
This is very true. In fact, an independent study done several years ago found out that the longest a piece of garbage will remain uncollected in the park (say if you were to drop a tissue on the ground) is a maximum of 15 minutes. However, the incident I am referring to was one of the first.
Of course you heard it. You read it. You were expecting it, so that's what you heard. Its the same thing ghost shows do when they play EVP clips. They tell you what they 'heard', and since you're listening for it that's what you hear, too.
The highest level of Masonry is the 3rd Degree; the 32 degrees of the Scottish Rite can be earned in one weekend.
Long story short you an become a '32nd degree mason' in three days.
33rd degree is the highest level of the Scottish rite though. Not the highest degree of Masonry. There are only three degrees of Masonry.
To imply that the "33rd Degree" is the highest degree in Masonry would be to imply that all Masons are part of the Scottish rite.
Fun Fact #4
Disneyland was designed by Harrison “Buzz” Price and Cornelius Vanderbilt Wood, consultants from the famed Chevron Oil-founded, DARPA-funded Stanford Research Institute which produced such gems as “Men Staring At Goats” remote viewing projects for the U.S. Army as a part of our battle to keep up with the Russians and their paranormal exploits.
>Harrison "Buzz" Price and Cornelius Vanderbilt Wood
>Buzz and Wood
>Buzz Lightyear and Woody
Could be a coincidence. Up to you to decide. I think I was just a nod in their direction.
Yes, Club 33 still exists. It is an exclusive, members-only venue hidden in the park . . . in plain view. It has a limited membership of no more than 487 members at any time.
There are many "hidden" places in the park which are simply inaccessible to regular guests. Club 33 is the equivalent of a speakeasy lounge/estaurant where VIPs may be taken on occasion.
Two other locations I know of, albeit not paranormal, include: A super-luxurious suite which is located at the top of the Magic Kingdom's Cinderella's Castle. It is not bookable, rather once a day a park guest is selected at random to enjoy a free night in the park. This is sort of a gimmick (that everyone wants to be a part of though).
The other is Walt Disney's private apartment in Disneyland (California). He resided there during the construction of the park, and even until this day it is preserved. It's possible to spot it because it is the only upper level building that doesn't follow Disney's common false perspective rule. What they normally do is that each level of a building, tower, etc. is made to only half the previous level's height so that you are given the impression that buildings are taller than they really are.
Jesus christ do you people google anything? It's not some big secret, there is tons of information and pictures. Did you even try to find information?
Or are you just role-playing and trying to spoop yourself out? That's okay to, in which case sorry for ruining your fun. I sometimes do that on /x/, try to convince myself I am 'greenpilled' late at night.
In that case don't look at this link:
With all due respect I am 100%, absolutely certain of these facts. Please prove them wrong. Show me one thing from a reputable source that says that the 3rd degree isn't the highest degree of Masonry, that the '33 Degrees' you are talking about aren't the Scottish Rite, and that you can't get 32 of those 33 degrees over one weekend.
In fact you don't even have to counter all of those, just one will do.
The club is a secret in that it is never advertised. However, they still have to staff it with non-members who will cook, serve drinks and take coats. It has even appeared on Food Network before. However, similar to how Masonic lodges are clearly marked, the events and meetings may not be broadcast to the general public.
Here is a link for an unofficial Club 33 site. It includes photos and descriptions of the club. Despite its appearance, the site seems to be updated regularly.
I should also mention that, as someone previously stated, the club is now geared toward the ultra-rich Disney enthusiasts of Orange County. Although you may no longer be rubbing elbows with the men who built Disney, it certainly wouldn't hurt to know people in the area who can afford to be there.
It's two clips of monologue bleeding into each other.
The first Aladdin saying "Good kitty"
The second is either Aladdin or Genie whispering "Hey! Take off!"
Listen closely. There is no approximant consonant, and there's nothing after "Take off" except music and the tiger track. The contrast between speech and whispering implies sibilance, but there isn't any.
It's either a really nice attempt to subtly add interaction from Genie off-camera, or just bad editing.
The sad thing is that these are not the only incidents. Whenever a guest spreads their loved ones ashes, the ashes would glow in the black lighting on the ride. The attraction is then shut down then a clean up crew comes in and vacuums the area.
Based off the statistics of incidents and what my psychic wife has been able to estimate is that there is 199 spirits there.
The only way that my wife and I are allowed to ride the attraction is to make a contract with the spirits living there. The head host ghost is a woman that is very old fashioned, possible one of the individuals from the plane crash.
Walt's vision for EPCOT is not the present EPCOT that we see today. It was a city of the future with the monorail system as a form of transportation. The model of this could be found during the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover (TTAPM) attraction.
Here is a video of DIsney himself explaining his vision of EPCOT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLCHg9mUBag
Sounds like a case of mis-remembered stories, or your history teacher's best friend lying. the only thing off main street is walt's office above the fire station. No one sleeps at club 33, that would be walt's apartment, and they only trot that out for contests and super fucking rich ass guests they want to impress.
Isn't the Walt hating Jews thing only comes from the fact that he joined a club for its anti-communistic beliefs, and that club just happen to had some antisemitic beliefs in it? I don't remember him saying anything that was Nazi level Jew-hating, but if you do feel free to inform me.
Lol, stop trolling.
This poster just regurgitated the official Disney story of the ride. The premise is that there is one head ghost lady while there are 199 ghosts residing in The Haunted Mansion. Then they say that they have room for one more soul.
*cue the lightning and scary music*
For the record, the pilot that crashed was a man.
>the animated films are wrought with occult symbols and subliminal sexual suggestions.
So THAT'S why /co/, /a/ and pretty much a good deal of animation fans are pervs!
>inb4 how is /a/nime related to Disney
Osamu Tezuka was a massive fan of Disney, and all of animu's styles and traits can be traced from Disney's influence
I'm sure many of you have heard of the "woman in the window" in The Rescuers movie. But for those of you who haven't, in the 1977 Disney movie, there is a scene where the two main characters fly through a city skyline. In many of the released copies, including the VHS copy I had as a kid, there is an image of a nude woman in one of the windows. Below is a link to view a slowed down version of the clip.
Also, pic related. It's a single frame from the shot.
If you really take a good look, you may notice something with her face . . .
The colorization of her body is normal (relatively), whereas her face is dark and distorted. Some speculate that she is wearing horns. It almost seems as if though she is wearing a mask, similar to the ones found in certain ceremonies.
I've eaten there many times. It is a top notch restaurant. It is surreal to drink and watch people go into the French Quarter not knowing you're even there. iirc the Club had 33 members at its start, not the freemason thing. Who knows. Building Disneyland would be quite a coup for a mason.
On an interesting note, someone actually took a picture of a ghost in the Haunted mansion:
“I took my 100 ft. nightshot accessory to Walt Disney World (WDW) with the specific purpose of taking ride photos of the Haunted Mansion for a WDW Virtual Visit. After documenting the ride, I put the camera away for the rest of the day. I went back to our place that evening and began to download the photos to my laptop. Lo and behold, one of the first shots of the attraction shows something that definitely WAS NOT there when I was on the ride. This photo was taken in the first hallway of the attraction, the one with the eye-following portraits.
As you’ll see in the photo, it appears as though a child is peeking his head out of the doombuggy and looking directly at me. Not only was he not there when I took the pic, there wasn’t a child of this age within 20 people in front of me in line, and as you can see, he’s only a few doombuggies in front of me. Not only that, what’s he doing looking at me? There is NO flash and NO visible light coming from me. It’s all infrared and invisible to the naked eye.
I think it’s an incredibly spooky photo, and I have no idea where that kid came from.”
The anime industry is suspicious in many ways that doesn't include Disney being one of its early inspirations.
Yes, this has been removed in newer copies. However, the movie is not as popular with younger Disney-goers anymore anyway.
>IIRC Club 33 was 33 members at its start not freemason related
You are recalling the official Disney literature "correctly," but this is not correct. See >>14866449 .
>Common to spread ashes.
Not every day, but more than you'd think.
Congratulations! You are the 10,000,000th person to regurgitate this bullshit cover. Disney actually treated his Imagineers VERY well, just like all of his employees. There was only one recently disgruntled long time employee, but he was pissed at his coworkers, not the Corp.
>Just a party mask
Astute observation. I too assumed it wasn't a natural deformation to her face. But the question is WHAT does the mask represent?
Not really "many", and there's no conspiracy theory about it that I have heard. And that pic pretty much says it all, just an industry being an industry and figuring out ways to sell sell sell more crap, like any other business.
But I am surprise a conspiracy theory about all of this doesn't already exist, since the country's obsessive nerd demographic, shut-in problem, birth rate, interest in weird porn, and Yakuza being able to have hand in a lot of things, I mean if this was in some bigger western country there'd be theories about it by the buttloads
I know /x/ is all about roleplaying and having spoopy fun, but she's pretty clearly not wearing a mask. You can see the details of her face, it's as if they photoshop recolored it a darker shade (or whatever the 1977 equivalent of that is). Most likely, it was done to protect that model's identity.
Still looks creepy, which I guess is the only thing that matters.
>confusing anon's context of Disney with Walt Disney
>confusing Imagineers with animators
>being so tinfoil you can't believe that animators like to fool around with backgrounds
I don't. I've been in the tunnels and many of my friends have worked at the parks.
Disney is to Orlando as the Vatican is to Rome, seriously. So everyone in the area knows at least one person who works for the Disney company in one way or another.
EPCOT was supposed to be a city housing Disney World's workers with all kinds of futuristic shit in it. Whatever else Disney was, he was a dreamer and believed in a bright future through SCIENCE!
But a little known fact about Disney is he was a life long chain smoker (He refused to let children see him smoke, as it set a bad example, and thus was never filmed with a cigarette) and he was diagnosed with late stage terminal lung cancer while disney world was being built. He died before it was completed, and his brother said "Fuck that dumb shit" and turned into another theme park more focused on teaching then amusement.
It's no secret. Have you ever been to disney world? Let's just say those "Staff Only" areas are tiny. You think the actors change into those customs by the dumpster? You see a massive building for holding all the explosives they use in their multiple gigantic fireworks and pyro shows?
Anyone who's worked there from ride operators to actors to the guy who scrubs the toilets has been in the tunnels. Getting Buzz Lightyear around is just one part of their function, they are practically a sub basement to the park where damn near everything "behind the scenes" is going on.
Try watching a documentary once in awhile you fags
Half of the shit in this thread isn't even a secret
That is exactly the case.
The other case arises from a book someone wrote in the 90s where he quotes an animator Walt laid off (because he was a lazy shit) back in the 40s I believe. 50 years later, this guy says that Walt was an anti-semite despite him keeping his mouth shut before.
The nazi stuff also arises from his association with Riefenstahl pre-1939, which, as a fellow filmmaker isn't too suspect. Riefenstahl really played up her relationship with Walt after his death however in order to try and get people to accept her again (since after the war she was a filthy filthy Nazi).
Is it possible Walt despised Jews and was more anti-semitic than the common 1930s man? It's possible. Is there any damning evidence? Not in the slightest.
Was Walt a Nazi sympathizer? Absolutely not. No evidence points towards this and all evidence points in the opposite direction.
Most of these accusations arise from a book titled "Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince" where the goal is to shock people by presenting everyone's favorite family man as an evil racist. The book was published in 1994, right at the height of the "Disney renaissance". The evidence presented in the book quote people who have absolutely no record of saying anything similar about Walt before Eliot came along asking them too.
I implore anyone who belives Walt Disney was a hardcore anti-semite or a strong supporter of any political movement beyond "anti-Communism" to re-check their facts and do some more research beyond Google and its multitude of eye-catching conspiracy blogs.
>it's as if they photoshop recolored it a darker shade (or whatever the 1977 equivalent of that is).
Burning. Subjecting a certain part of a frame of film to twice the exposure as the rest of the frame in the developing process.
But yeah, there's no mask; that guy's retarded. Just open the png in an image editor and set it to greyscale or sepia.
This falls under the conspiracy category.
Explanation: when Disney was ran by proud Americans it taught morals, life lessons, and pride. Now that its run by Jews, like a lot of western media outlets, it teaches race-mixing, self-loathing, degeneracy, and cultural Marxism (Marxism in general also a Jewish invention). Among many other subversive tactics, its being used as a tool to decay and eventually defeat our society. This is all part of a global Zionist agenda in which the Jews intend to enslave all other races under a one world Zionist government. It is taught in their religion that Jews are to keep goyim (all others) as slaves and cattle. This is literally in the Talmud. If you have the time, watch this (knowing now who's behind Marxism). Even if you don't at this point believe there's evidence linking any of it to the Jews (this is the theory part), that video will blow the lid off your perception of what's really going on. If you don't have time, still search the guys name and find some shorter clips. Its some heavy stuff.
Tl;dr Disney part of a NWO conspiracy, as was Marxism.
yeah i've known this since i was a kid, the daughter of my mom's best friend was obsessed with disney and ended up working there, she told us all about it. all it does is make it easier for employees to get around the park quickly
I've stayed in Walts Apartment with my family when i was about 10 years old. Its really nothing more than a luxurious "30s-40s" themed suite with a bunch of bedrooms and bathrooms. Maybe it was my age at that time, but i really didnt experience anything spooky or paranormal. It was actually very enjoyable.
We also went to club 33 and when i asked my dad about it (because i couldnt recall anything about the restaurant) he said it was Overpriced and that the food wasnt that great.
Sorry to dissapoint you guys, but theres nothing more to these two locations in disneyland.
If theres one haunted place it definitely is the Haunted mansion :)
> believing anything from someone who lives in Florida
THere isn't a head ghost lady. There's Madam Liota, and there's the Bride, but neither are the head. The head would be the Ghost Host. There's also Hatbox Ghost, for the more hard core fans.
And it's 999 happy haunts, with room for one more.
Florida's in the middle of a huge cosmic convergence zone. That's as legit as it gets.
I didn't know there were other Orlandonians on /x/. Very neat.
Also, there's nothing dark or currupt about Disney. Eisner? yes. The fact that it is a giant corporation and those do things all the time that many people don't like or find "family friendly"? Yes. But Disney himself? Nah. Nothing really there that's 2spoopy4me. I'm just surprised people keep pushing the bullshit, despite being presented with so many facts against them.
/x/ is everywhere . . . just look behind you.
>Good 'ole Walt was innocent
No one is denying his love of animation. But he was an active Mason and associated with open Luciferians.
I'm a Mason. It's hilariously easy to get to 32°, just as you said it can be done that quick. 33°, however, isn't as easy and not everyone who gets to 32° sees 33°.
I'm not sure if Walt was a Brother or not. I hadn't heard that he was, and unlike people on /x/ and /pol/ like to think we aren't some super secret cabal and we often talk about some of our more famous brethren. If someone in a high standing in the public is/was a Mason it would hardly be a secret.
That always makes me laugh when people talk about every president being one. Yes, we had a bunch but iirc the last one was Ford
You might just be retarded. Masonry stops at the third degree. After that there are rites and other offshoots that go further. Scottish rite goes up to 32° and you have to be awarded 33°. You can go from a normal person to a 32° in no time, depending on the jurisdiction. In Massachusetts when you become a mason you do a degree a month for your first three. After that you can go from 3° to 32° after the span of a day or so. Realistically you can go from person off the street to super secret wizard leader of the lizard people cabal in three months.
32° is special, but it isn't some crazy thing either
>Disney was a freemason
>There's a lot of evidence of this around the park.
>There's a secret club called the 33 Club that meets on building 33 on Main Street.
>Only place you can get alcohol at any Disney place.
>The membership process is extremely complicated and can take decades.
>There are rumors that the 33 club is connected to the illuminati.
That's what they want you to think moron.
He made war cartoons, because he hates the nazis!
Well shucks, if he made a cartoon about mickey mouse spouting pro-fascist statements he'd be thrown out of the country
But really though, stop acting like your the smartest kid here faggot
That is the attraction's story of the house. Where the house is occupied by 999 spirits and the house was made to hold 1000.
On the reality side at the Orlando site, there lives about 199 real spirits. Such as the crying boy at the exit people have been known to see time to time. They got there because people would dump their ashes on the attraction. People that I know are psychics have been known to faint when they ever come close to the gate of the attraction, before you reach the horseless coach, because of the concentration of spiritual energy surrounding the attraction.
Look under Disneyland, now not all of these are probly true but just thought id put this out here. It has stories for most the states too.
Florida's has less about Disneyland but they are under Orlando.
>any child who worked with disney manages to find future entertainment work
As if all kids that appear on Disney
a) appeared first on television due to some Disney show
b) all have future in the entertainment market
>these same children also suffer massive breakdowns in their early adulthood
Not all. Also, who knew right? That a kid, most likely with a parent with some narcissistic flaw, forced into acting and "being famous" would have some "breakdown". He see the same phenomena in countries with massive football culture that force kids to be the next Messi and fail.
Finally, one death has taken place in the ride itself when a man attempted to exit his "Doom Buggy," but failed to realize there was a significant gap between the track and the walkway. He slipped between the two and broke his neck after a 15 feet fall. This ghost is quite possibly the most important to the ride, allow me to explain.
Actually a lot of animators in Walt's time loathed him because he was a paranoid asshole who loved schmaltzy money making garbage more than animation as an art form and couldn't even fucking hold a pencil properly himself. Walt was an asshole. Also imagineers aren't animators, they're park designers.
>originally from Kissimmee, Florida.
>Grandma and Grandpa both worked at Disney World, Grandma was some sort of manager, Grandpa was an Engineer.
>as a kid I would get taken to the park all the time, because we could get in for free.
>once while Grandma was taking me to the park she had to run off and do something, so she asked Mickey to look after me.
>After walking through a building and going into some doors was taken to some employee area.
>turns out Mickey was actually a girl inside.
>she gave me some snacks and juice and waited with me.
nothing spooky, but it definitely destroyed the magic.
>>turns out Mickey was actually a girl inside.
>>she gave me some snacks and juice and waited with me.
>nothing spooky, but it definitely destroyed the magic.
Sounds like the opposite to me
been seeing this thread since friday...a lot of info i didnt know, but i remember seeing a thread with this topic that said the pirate of the carribean skeletons were in fact real (not all, but some)
Jesus Christ what a clusterfuck.
By the wikipedia synopsis, this is like every single fairy tale amalgamated.
This is the kind of story "that kid" on the playground would come up with. You know exactly what I'm talking about.
>Be at Animal Kingdom when I was 17
>For some reason that day my family could not story bickering and fighting
>Setting me in a bad mood
>We sit a small dining area near where Goofy was playing with kids
>I probably looked pissed off or something because goofy started messing with me
>Started to seem like flirty behavior after a while
>The person just kept coming back to try to get me to lighten up
>Family gave me crap the rest of the day because whoever was in the Goofy suit had been pretty blatently picking on me and they called it flirting
I just hope it wasn't a gay guy.
I worked for Disney for a year when I lived in Orlando. When you start, you take a "class" where you learn about the history of the company and such, part of the class is visiting the tunnels under Magic Kingdom.
33 is just administrative, though. It's more like how basically everyone gets to 3rd degree, but not everyone becomes a member of grand lodge. Same with every appendant body.
I worked for disney for about a year.
I can confirm they exist. The tunnels are actually on the ground level while Magic kingdom (where the guests walk) is the second floor
I worked at Animal Kingdom.
I never saw anything creepy and actually enjoyed walking the park at night after we had closed. A lot of bunnies came out of hiding and the park's leave the cheerful music on so it wasn't creepy even at night.
If anything it was more "magical" at night.
Mfw all these unsourced claims screaming at each other that they're "wrong"
I'm alright with sticking to your own people, but I always found it ironic when they bring up the goyim=cattle part, when a good chunk of neo-Nazis advocate race war/genocide, or some type of abuse or force labor to non-whites/anyone-who-does-not-agree-with-me.
I said neo for a reason.
If you saw the chart posted, which emphasized the nonwhite characters in newer movies along with tons of Stars of David slapped on so you get the point, you'd probably start connecting some pieces.