This Might Be The Creepiest Thing About Disney Parks

Disneyland may be The Happiest Place On Earth™️, but it’s got some distressing features. A TikTok viral shows the most disturbing part of the entire park. Let’s take a look.

It’s A Small World After All

Children have been scarred by “It’s A Small World” for 58 years. The boat ride features over 300 animatronic dolls singing “It’s A Small World” by the Sherman Brothers in multiple languages. This song earned the distinction of being the most publicly performed songThe greatest ever. The song’s been performed well over 50 million times thanks to the ride.

The attraction debuted at the historic 1964 World’s Fair in Queen, New York. Disney’s then cutting edge animatronic technology was also displayed with its Abraham Lincoln robot. These attractions’ cores would be moved to Orlando later and placed in permanent homes at Fantasyland and Hall of Presidents.

While the attraction was extremely high-tech in 1964, in 2022 it’s just plain creepy. The ride has become a joker thanks to the hundreds of dolls that move stoically with their icy eyes. The ride was even mocked. Lion King. Disney is free to profit from both the IP and the mockery thereof.

It Never Turns Off

@themouslets tweeted a viral TikTok about a creepy fact about the ride. The ride ends and the jingle closes the animatronics. Imagine yourself standing in a darkened room and watching hundreds of dolls move all night.

You will find many fun easter eggs hidden around Disney parks. Hidden Mickey Mouse heads can be tricky to spot. But children’s dolls moving all night? Much less fun.

Not the scariest ride

This clip, which was viewed more 2 million times, was again viralized by the same TIkTok user. It tells an abridged story about the scariest ride in Disney’s history: Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour. The Tokyo Disneyland attraction started out as a normal castle tour. However, the dark side began halfway through. The guests would interact with several Disney villains and one guest would triumph over them all.

The Black Cauldron-inspiredThe ride was closed in 2006 because it was too frightening. This is not surprising, considering that the ride was inspired by one of the most terrifying Disney animated films. The Disney parks are fun for most, but there are some scary parts.

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