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  • The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

    I hope this isn't seen as inappropriate, but in the thread about the Suicide at the hotel, a member posted about a haunting at a stockroom in Tomorrowland - which a CM replied to/about (SimbaNala), and confirmed their own experience with it - albeit briefly.

    I'm a stickler for all things haunted, and dealing with the paranormal. One of my favorite chapters in Mouse Tales dealt with any of the paranormal tales that have emerged from the park.

    I searched the boards, and didn't find any major mentions, at least not recently - so I thought I'd post a thread inviting anyone - guests and cast members - to relay any of their stories of odd occurrences around the park that they think might have been caused by some lost soul (if you are a believer).

    Apologies if this has been done before, I wouldn't mind being directed to that thread. And hopefully SimbaNala posts some of their stories in more detail, seems like they had a lot!

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    Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

    It's as legitimate a topic for discussion as any other, but be forewarned: some of the senior members of this forum are known to be harsh skeptics about such things.

    Secondly, before your thread clogs up with repetitious Haunted Mansion stories, most of the well-known ones are already collected here:

    http://www.doombuggies.com/myths3.php
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      Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

      Well in the haunted mansion..... *looks above*



      Umm never mind.
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        Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

        Thanks HBG2! Hopefully it doesn't get knocked down just because of skepticism. Regardless, I'm sure there plenty of tales in and around the park (not just the Haunted Mansion) that are waiting to be told, hopefully some will feel free to add!

        Thanks for the link too! It's providing some great reading material on my lunchbreak!

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          Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

          I'm telling you that the old "America Sings" was haunted. I haven't been in it too much since Innoventions. So, I don't know if it feels the same. I doubt it.

          But when I worked at DL, America Sings was closed and usually empty. Whenever I entered the building in the "theater" part (even when we had meetings in there) I always felt creeped out. Like something wasn't "right" or something. I never had felt comfortable in there. It didn't matter if I was alone or not. It was just a very uncomfortable feeling in there.

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            Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

            We've had a few threads relating to paranormal/ghost activity in the park. Here's a few of the most recent ones, but none of them are open/active so... discuss away.


            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal

            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal

            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal

            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal

            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal

            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal


            http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...ght=paranormal

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              Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

              Originally posted by Garrett240 View Post
              I'm telling you that the old "America Sings" was haunted. I haven't been in it too much since Innoventions. So, I don't know if it feels the same. I doubt it.

              But when I worked at DL, America Sings was closed and usually empty. Whenever I entered the building in the "theater" part (even when we had meetings in there) I always felt creeped out. Like something wasn't "right" or something. I never had felt comfortable in there. It didn't matter if I was alone or not. It was just a very uncomfortable feeling in there.

              That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
              My understanding was a young lady tried to jump between the rotating theatre and stage procenium at the last moment and was crushed. I read it eons ago, and I'm at work, so I cannot be more specific. Perhaps the posts from Pengy might have mention of it.

              But your 'vibes' were right on topic.

              Good luck with your quest for ghosts!

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              Roo
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                Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

                Originally posted by mikemgmve View Post
                Thanks HBG2! Hopefully it doesn't get knocked down just because of skepticism. Regardless, I'm sure there plenty of tales in and around the park (not just the Haunted Mansion) that are waiting to be told, hopefully some will feel free to add!

                Thanks for the link too! It's providing some great reading material on my lunchbreak!
                If it can't hold up to skepticism, then it's not much of a story.
                I believe more in the (currently) unmeasurable power of the human mind.

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                  Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

                  Originally posted by Roo719 View Post
                  My understanding was a young lady tried to jump between the rotating theatre and stage procenium at the last moment and was crushed. I read it eons ago, and I'm at work, so I cannot be more specific. Perhaps the posts from Pengy might have mention of it.

                  But your 'vibes' were right on topic.

                  Good luck with your quest for ghosts!

                  Peace,
                  Roo
                  Very True Roo,

                  A worker was crushed to her death on America sings. I'm not saying that there is a ghost there, just someone did die horribly on that ride.

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                    Re: The Paranormal side of Disneyland?

                    Originally posted by Roo719 View Post
                    My understanding was a young lady tried to jump between the rotating theatre and stage procenium at the last moment and was crushed. I read it eons ago, and I'm at work, so I cannot be more specific. Perhaps the posts from Pengy might have mention of it.

                    But your 'vibes' were right on topic.

                    Good luck with your quest for ghosts!

                    Peace,
                    Roo
                    Yup, that story was put into Mouse Tales as well, and thanks Penguin for the links!

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