1. Someone got decapitated on Disney World’s Space Mountain.


via: youtube.com

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, resulting in his death.
—Emma Rose, Facebook

2. The spirit of a little boy lurks in the Haunted Mansion in Orlando.


via: forums.wdwmagic.com

Cast members have said they hear him giggling and mimicking the “hurry back” lady after the ride shuts down at night.
—jessm41, Buzzfeed

3. The characters on Disneyland’s It’s A Small World ride come to life even when unplugged.


via: disneyworld.disney.go.com

Cast members often SWEAR that they see the dolls blink or appear in different places than the day before.
—lizzieh45, Buzzfeed

4. Walt Disney still haunts his Fire House apartment on Main Street at Disneyland.


via: instagram.com

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 curtains moving on their own.
—aliluvv14, Buzzfeed

5. People constantly try to dump the ashes of their loved ones on Disney property.


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 on property.
—Sherri Thomas, Facebook

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