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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    The $60 would be in addition to the cost of reburying those in the cemetary. Of further consideration is that most if not all living ancesters may well be far removed from those buried at the cemetary.. as it had been described as old.

    It may become necessary to call Ghostbusters if the spirits are die-hard Disney theme park fans.
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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Your cadaverous pallor betrays an aura of foreboding, almost as though you sense a disquieting metamorphosis. Is this cemetary actually a theme park? Or is it your imagination, hmm…?

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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Quote Originally Posted by Imagineer Scott View Post
    Your cadaverous pallor betrays an aura of foreboding, almost as though you sense a disquieting metamorphosis. Is this cemetary actually a theme park? Or is it your imagination, hmm…?

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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Quote Originally Posted by OC2Epcot View Post
    If you go back far enough there are probably many things here in the US built on old burial grounds. Though I agree the compensation seems small.
    China's a pretty large country, couldn't they have feng shuayed this a little better, without having to bulldoze a cemetery? Didn't anyone see "poltergheist"?

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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    In related news:

    Breaking: 'Avatar' pulled from 2-D screens by Chinese government

    The most successful movie of all time in China is being pulled from the majority of theaters there much sooner than expected.

    The communist nation’s state-run movie distributor China Film Group is unexpectedly yanking the James Cameron-directed blockbuster "Avatar" from 1,628 2-D screens this week in favor of a biography of the ancient philosopher Confucius starring Chow-Yun Fat.

    Paul Hanneman, co-president of international distribution for the movie’s distributor 20th Century Fox, confirmed the news, which he and other executives at the studio learned Monday evening.

    According to a report in the Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily, the move was made at the urging of propaganda officials who are concerned that "Avatar" is taking too much market share from Chinese films and drawing unwanted attention to the sensitive issue of forced evictions.

    Millions of Chinese have been uprooted to make way for high rises and government infrastructure projects. "Nail House" is a popular term given to homes of dwellers who refuse to leave though they are surrounded by demolished homes. In "Avatar," human colonists try to demolish the village of an alien race in order to obtain a precious resource buried below it.
    More at: http://link.latimes.com/r/LV1G9U/G31RY/PPT1OJ/7Z027/TPQ7Y3/36/t

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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior View Post
    The situation appears rather grave. The decenants may have a bone or two to pick with Disney. Here! Fetch, Pluto!
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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Poltergeist anyone?

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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    So, Disney's gonna skimp on the animatronics for Shanghai's Haunted Mansion?
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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Well on the upside, no need to have build AA's for the Haunted Mansion! *crap I was beaten to it*

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    Re: Report: Shanghai Disneyland will be partially built on a former cemetery

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior View Post
    The $60 would be in addition to the cost of reburying those in the cemetary. Of further consideration is that most if not all living ancesters may well be far removed from those buried at the cemetary.. as it had been described as old.

    It may become necessary to call Ghostbusters if the spirits are die-hard Disney theme park fans.

    I'll volunteer the Real Ohio Ghostbusters! :P

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