Disney's films have enchanted young and old since the 1930s. However, from disneyland to their founder walk disney, disney has some dark secrets its hiding. Here's the top 10 they don't want you to know.
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Secrets Disney Doesn’t Want You To Know! The Tree of Life isn’t as it seems - The Tree of Life is the centrepiece of the Animal Kingdom park at Disney World. It’s a giant tree, 145 feet high, with 325 carvings of animals on it, and a 400-seat theatre inside it showing a 4D animated film called It's Tough To Be A Bug. Disney like to get litigious - Like many big companies, Disney is very protective of their brand. However, in 1989 many people thought they went a bit too far. Disneyland has Ghosts - You may find more mystery than magic at Disneyland. Numerous ghost sightings have been reported at Disneyland, and some have even been captured on camera. Disney started the suicidal lemmings legend - If you ask people to name one fact about lemmings, the vast majority will tell you that they jump off cliffs to their death. However, they’d be wrong, and the reason they believe lemmings are suicidal is down to Disney. There were brain-eating parasites in Disney World - There is a dangerous amoeba called Naegleria Fowleri. If you’re unlucky enough to encounter one, you’re in trouble.
Walt was an FBI informant - In the 1950s, the Cold War placed two opposing ideologies in conflict with each other. The capitalist system of the US, and the Communism of the Soviet Union. There are real skeletons on the Pirates ride - Before Pirates of the Caribbean was a never-ending film franchise featuring a gurning Johnny Depp, it was a famous ride at Disneyland. There have been some strange deaths at Disney - Staying with this grisly theme, I’m sad to report that many people have died at Disney’s theme parks. Cast members used to share underwear - At Disneyland, to keep the illusion that the characters are actually real, the cast members inside the costumes had to wear regulation, company-issued underwear. There are abandoned Disney theme parks - Cast your mind back to number 6 on our list, the brain-eating parasites in River Country.
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