Trust in Disney and the magic will guide you safely through?
by, 05-21-2008 at 01:33 PM
Hmmm, I wonder if the gentleman that jumped from the Wonder Tower earlier this month knew about the Disney magic? Maybe to avoid his fate he could have wandered in the park and gotten a hug from Mickey. (Unrealistic, but it's a what if, so it's totally allowed)
It seems a downright shame that someone would take their life at a place where there are so many families and could be witnesses. I'm guessing that there are more than a few people that will need some counseling for a bit. I just wish that this gentleman had done this somewhere else? I really feel that taking your life in such a public way means that you really didn't get the attention you needed in life, therefore you make it happen after your death. I guess suicide never made much sense to me... I've been down before and had a nanosecond of thought that my life would be so much easier without me in it. But then I realized what the heck I was thinking! My life would be nothing without me, good and bad.
This leads to my next query: How many people have jumped from the Disneyland Hotel Towers since their opening?
Call it morbid, gross whatever... it really is something that isn't general public information... at least not the readily available kind. And if it is, I am so missing it.