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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Reading this thread, it looks likde there is a golden opportunity for a new land: Phobialand.

    With trained counselors and psychologists at the exists to all the rides.

    Or at least convert Innoventions to a ride where you pass by and through all your possible fears.

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Like so many others, I have a hefty and not entirely irrational fear of a certain ride that, although it is one of our favorites, is referred to in my circle of friends as "Big Thunder Death."

    Bear in mind the fact that said ride has derailed more than one time.

    There is only one moment that truly terrifies me - when you come around the holwing coyote, under the twirling possums, and into the pitch-black tunnel of doom. Every time we get to that point I'm convinced for a split second that the Mouse will be paying off my family in a matter of hours.

    I always try if at all possible to be seated near the rear of the train. It's not only more fun but safer.

    Whenever one of the trains vibrates, shimmies or shakes more than normal we try to let someone know. I really wish they cared or took us seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe Necrosis View Post
    Like so many others, I have a hefty and not entirely irrational fear of a certain ride that, although it is one of our favorites, is referred to in my circle of friends as "Big Thunder Death."

    Bear in mind the fact that said ride has derailed more than one time.

    There is only one moment that truly terrifies me - when you come around the holwing coyote, under the twirling possums, and into the pitch-black tunnel of doom. Every time we get to that point I'm convinced for a split second that the Mouse will be paying off my family in a matter of hours.

    I always try if at all possible to be seated near the rear of the train. It's not only more fun but safer.

    Whenever one of the trains vibrates, shimmies or shakes more than normal we try to let someone know. I really wish they cared or took us seriously.
    Isn't it finally time to stop de railing about this ?

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Space Mountain and crashing into the rocket in front of us. I know this will never happen but the dark seems to add this additional scare factor. Also on the Matterhorn! Never thought of this in my younger years but now it comes into my mind. Yikes..

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Quote Originally Posted by Miss DW View Post
    The rocking seats in the Sun Wheel - Never again! I've done it once, that's enough for me.

    The drop in Pirates used to frighten me greatly as a kid, and for some reason that's never gone away, even though I'm used to Screamin' and stuff like that.

    The seats going up so high on Soarin'- I haven't ever looked down, and I don't plan to.
    OMG...The rocking seats scared the living out of me too. Never again.

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    I forbid my children to go on BTMRR. As they head off in their various directions I yell "And no going on the death train!!!" I don't know if they do it or not, but that ride's history scares me.

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    The old Bride in the haunted Mansion, The pop-up ghosts that shreiked also gave me the willies.

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    I don't have any fears persay about the park - BUT one fear of mine is that a 'the' big earthquake will happen and Disneyland will be a lot of rubble - as will a lot of things around it -

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Walking underneath Calif. Screamin' and being puked on.

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    so...much...food poisoning.... *shudders*

    i'm afraid that there might be an outbreak of food poisoning...
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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Getting stuck in IASW ... again.

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    Quote Originally Posted by French25Fan View Post
    Getting stuck in IASW ... again.
    Perish the thought! I almsot got scared the one time it stopped!!!


    My fear is the coaster falling off the track on space mountain...
    Three-time MVP Larry Bird, noting that Bryant has been the NBA's premier player for years, told Sports Illustrated's Dan Patrick before this week's announcement, "When someone told me the other day that Kobe hadn't won an MVP trophy, it sort of made me feel like I wanted to throw mine away."


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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    They will bring back Mr. Lincoln

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    for some wierd reason, just going on a dark ride at night gives me the creeps. Doesn't matter what Dark ride it is. its just scary, i guess because i know when i get out its still gonna be dark lol.
    pshhh i guess

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    Re: What are your Disneyland fears?

    BTMRR scares me ever since that young lad was killed in the accident.

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