Some random Disneyland Fact or Fiction for you.
As fellow Disney-goers can identify, there are certain well known facts about the park that we all love to spout if we know them, when passing certain artifacts or locations. That the skull in the headboard of the bed in Pirates is a real skull; that the Morse code at the New Orleans train station is repeating Walt’s opening day speech; that the submarine lagoon used to have live mermaids (my favorite one); the basketball court in Matterhorn; that Peter Pan is usually played by a girl; certain Hidden Mickey locations- on and on. Buzzfeed and the like will supply you with seemingly endless lists.
Well, I’d like to put a spin on those lists. Here are 21 Little Known Disneyland Resort facts that are completely -false-. Thanks to the lovely Disneyland crew of 5/26/14 for brainstorming with me!
*disclaimer: If something actually happens to be true, I had no idea.
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