17 Disney Park Conspiracy Theories That’ll Scare The Hell Out Of You

Everyone Loves a Little Conspiracy Sometimes.

So you may have heard a bit about some of these theories and consequently, they do hold a limited amount of truth in them. Who isn’t fond of a good Conspiracy theory though?


1. Disney World’s Space Mountain

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“Legend has it that a man stood up on the coaster and got his head cut off. Though this has been debunked, a man DID stand up on Disneyland’s Matterhorn in 1964, hitting his head, which resulted in his death.” – Emma Rose.


2. Haunted Mansion in Orlando

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“Cast members have said they hear him giggling and mimicking the “hurry back” lady after the ride shuts down at night.” – Jessm41


3. It’s a Small World ride

Via DisneyWorld

“Cast members often SWEAR that they see the dolls blink or appear in different places than the day before.: – lizzieh45


4. Firehouse apartment on Main Street

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“An employee was cleaning the apartment shortly after Disney died, and the lamp in the window kept turning on by itself. Now the park keeps the lamp on as a tribute to Disney. People swear they occasionally see the curtains moving on their own.” – aliluvv14


5. Dumping The Dead

Via Pixar

“This has supposedly become so much of a problem over the years that employees have been trained on how to handle a guest when they think remains are being scattered around Disney.” – Sherri Thomas


6. Tower of Terror


Via Wikipedia

“The story goes like this: A cast member had a heart attack while loading guests onto the ride, and died in the building. His spirit haunts the ride now. Platform D is the supposed “spooky spot” that current employees are scared of.” – Anna Kopsky

7. Real book of witchcraft

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“Cast members had the hardest time keeping the book in the upright position. The table would often be turned over, or the book would be somewhere else. They finally had to replace it.” -Marla Weiske


8. The Pirates of the Caribbean ride

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“My sister’s roommate did the college program, and she said that if they didn’t say ‘Good morning, George’ and ‘Goodnight, George’ at the beginning and end of the day, respectively, the ride would shut down and they’d have problems with it all day.” – Helen Adara


9. Tom Sawyer Island

Via DisneyWorld

“Two brothers sneaked out and hid on the island until park closing. They tried swimming back to the main park, the older with, the younger one on his back, but the older one went under. They found his body the next morning.” – Camille Stephens and Emera Tompkins.


10. People Mover in Orlando

Via DisneyWorld

“A young kid died on the ride by jumping from car to car. We SWEAR his spirit haunted the stockroom and he’d open the emergency exit doors on the track that were locked.” – Marla Weiske


11. Disneyland’s America Sings ride

Via Wikipedia

“This was one of the most tragic events in Disney Parks history. After the incident in 1974, the ride was re branded to the Carousel of Progress, and eventually shut down altogether.” – Cat Collins and Meaghan Elizabeth


12. Monorail Track

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“While the ghost part may not be true, a man did die after trying to sneak into the park in 1966. Thomas Cleveland climbed a wall onto the monorail track. When spotted by security, he bolted and was hit by the monorail.” – rachelm43

13. It’s a Small World at Disneyland

Via DisneyPark

“This is generally assumed to be untrue. While passengers were being evacuated for “safety concerns,” one lady took pictures. One image showed someone hanging from the ceiling above the ride, but many think it’s a prop.” – basicbanana and XxBrownEyedGirlxX


14. Disneyland’s Space Mountain

Via Wikipedia

“Mr. Wedway died while helping build the ride, and never got to see it finished. Sometimes he’ll ride next to you. When I worked at Disney, we’d have guests screaming that there was a guy next to them on the ride who was there but fell out!” – Marla Weiske.


15.  Disney World’s Haunted Mansion

Via Instagram

“Okay, this ended up being untrue. People speculated this was the reason for the delayed opening of the ride, but the unfortunate true reason was Walt Disney’s death in 1966.” – Jessica Coffey


16. Abandoned Water Park

Via Wikipedia

“It was called River Country and was open from the ’70s until 2001. People who’ve documented their explorations of the park in recent years have been dealt heavy repercussions from the Disney Company.”fernandad41


17. Illuminati Walt Disney

Via DisneyParks

“Many people thought Walt Disney was a member of the Freemasons, a group that, in many conspiracy theories, is believed to be run by the Illuminati, in an attempt to establish the New World Order.” – Rachel Louise.

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