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    Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    I've heard countless stories about how areas of both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World are said to be haunted.And I was wondering if there were any stories about TDR,that people have heard of and that would like to share.I read recently somewhere I can't remember where,that the Japanese consider Japan to be the most haunted place on earth.Being from the UK I would like to dispute that claim,however it still got me thinking!

    Also I find that claim a bit weird as I throught the Japanese considered ghost stories as just made up and that was why Fantasyland was the ideal location to place the Haunted Mansion in!

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Somehow, I doubt that the culture there considers "Hauntings" in the same way we Westerners do. That's why their Haunted Mansion is in Fantasyland. They do have ghost stories, but not in the same way that the West does from what I remember researching.

    And given how well behaved most of the guests reportibly are, I doubt anyone got away with spreading their little one's ashes all over a ride or tried to sneek in throught the monorail tracks only to get run over.

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Here is a interesting site I serched for explaining Japanese folklore

    http://asianart.com/articles/rubin/

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Quote Originally Posted by ZeekSlider View Post
    And given how well behaved most of the guests reportibly are, I doubt anyone got away with spreading their little one's ashes all over a ride or tried to sneek in throught the monorail tracks only to get run over.
    You mean someone actually did that?

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Sussposibly. There's a lot of strange and gorey stories about the Domestic Disney parks that may or may not be true.

    The old lady falling to her death on the Matterhorn, the CM that died in COP as the theatre was rotating, the kid that lost a foot on BTM because he didn't wait for the train to come to a complete stop.

    The list just goes on and on, but the one common thing is that they all seem to happen in the American parks.

    The worse thing I've heard out of Tokyo is being served cheese one-day pass its sell-by date... if not that one performer that fell off his jet ski during Mythica one show.

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Quote Originally Posted by ZeekSlider View Post
    the CM that died in COP as the theatre was rotating.
    I remember that incident. Her name was Deborah Stone and she died in America Sings when she was crushed between the moving theatre wall and the stationary stage wall. Her story was truly a sad one.
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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Malin.. I have to say.. this is the silliest topic you have ever posted. Must be a slow day at work for you.

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Quote Originally Posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    I remember that incident. Her name was Deborah Stone and she died in America Sings when she was crushed between the moving theatre wall and the stationary stage wall. Her story was truly a sad one.
    Yeah, when I read that story, it made me more depressed then the ones where people die on rides because of their own ignorance or due to factors beyound their control. One would never think you would die on the job while working at a theme park. At least before that whole "Pluto got ran over by a float" incident...

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    i know some things are haunted at Disneyland Paris .

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    Re: Is Tokyo Disney Resort Haunted!

    Quote Originally Posted by DLRP_bopazot View Post
    i know some things are haunted at Disneyland Paris .

    Wow do share with us,I've heard a few stories coming from the DLR and WDW but nothing from DLP.

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