|The Disney theme parks remain the most tantalizing and alluring portions of Walt Disney's legacy. We've all wondered what mysterious and exciting new attractions are being dreamt up by the Imagineers, what ideas never made it past the drawing board, and what little secrets may be hidden in existing rides. Furtive rumors about the parks are plentiful: tales of hushed-up kidnappings and deaths, private clubs, and selective admissions abound. Although the truth usually turns out to be far less exciting than the rumors, many of these stories are as beloved by Disney fans as the parks themselves.|
A private club exists within New Orleans Square at Disneyland.
A private club can be found near Pirates of the Caribbean at Walt Disney World.
Several guests have been killed on Disneyland attractions.
A cast member was killed on America Sings.
A young girl died while riding Body Wars at EPCOT.
No one is ever declared dead while on Disney property.
Disneyland used to deny admission to long-haired male guests.
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was denied permission to visit Disneyland in 1959.
The actual plane from the film Casablanca is part of The Great Movie Ride at Disney-MGM Studios.
The newly opened Haunted Mansion closed after a guest suffered a fright-induced heart attack.
Walt Disney's face appears on one of the singing busts in the Haunted Mansion's graveyard.
The horse-drawn hearse in front of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion is the actual hearse used to carry Brigham Young's body.
Children have been abducted from Disney parks by kidnappers.*
Matterhorn mountain at Disneyland houses a basketball court.
Disneyland's Skyway was permanently closed because a guest fell from one of the cabins.
Women bare their breasts for the camera on Splash Mountain.
Costumed cast members molest Disneyland guests.
Shouting "Andy's coming!" to Toy Story characters at Disney theme parks will cause them to stop and drop.