Got stuck on Peter Pan's Flight once, back on a weekday during the first week of November, 1985. The Park was unbelievably uncrowded -- almost eerily so. I was having fun by myself, while my Dad was attending some conference at the Disneyland Hotel. He told me to meet him there (probably at the old "Travel Port" -- was that the name of the area?) at a specific time so we could catch a taxi and get to John Wayne airport for our flight home. Well, I realized I had about a half hour before I had to meet my Dad, and I noticed the queue to PPF wasn't too bad, so I figured I'd get one last ride in. Whoops! As soon as my galleon sailed out the window of the nursery and turned towards the second star to the right, everything stopped and all the house lights came on. I was giddy with excitement as I reveled in the details revealed below. I took a bunch of pictures (slides -- which are buried someplace in the archives...). It was surprising to see how the "clouds" and "fog" above London were effected: just big clear plastic bags -- reminded me of the kind that cover your dry-cleaning. The most jarring yet humorous sight was seeing the overall-clad maintenance guys tromping through the "city", Godzilla-like! I must have been stuck in there for a good 15 minutes or so. I didn't have to evacuate my ship; I got to ride on through (I think the house lights were kept on). Meanwhile, my Dad was having a fit, worrying that we'd miss our flight. But we made it OK.